London Cycling Campaign launches monthly seminar series, first features Andrew Gilligan

First event is on evening of Monday 8 April

by Simon_MacMichael   March 4, 2013  

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The London Cycling Campaign (LCC) is launching a series of free monthly seminars, with the first being held next month and featuring Andrew Gilligan, recently appointed as London's Cycling Commissioner by Mayor Boris Johnson, who will be speaking about the next developments for ctcling policy in the capital.

The event, to be held on Mondat 8 April at 6pm, will take place in Central London and will be sponspred by the London Cycling Research Group and Westminster University's London Research Cluster. It will be introduced and chaired by Danny Williams from the Cyclists in the City blog.

LCC says that "all campaigners, advocates, academics, students, policy-makers, practitioners etc. are very welcome to atten," but due to restrictions on numbers registration is needed, so if you want to attend, please email rachel@lcc.org.uk for more details.

Future seminars will be announced on the LCC website.