Cyclenation have been in touch about their Cyclenation conference 2016. It’s being held in St Albans this year, so a very nice affluent venue in cushy Hertfordshire. It will take place on Saturday 19 November 2016 and is hosted by St Albans Cycle Campaign.
This conference brings together cycling planners and campaigners from around the UK to debate and discuss the opportunities and challenges of improving cycling facilities.
The event will include plenary sessions and workshops on a wide range of cycling, transport and health topics, to inform and inspire the growing movement for better cycling infrastructure and facilities.
The conference is part of Sustainable St Albans Week, which runs from 19 to 26 November.
The conference is at Dagnall Street Baptist Church, Upper Dagnall Street, St Albans AL3 5EE and runs from 11am to 6pm. Tickets cost £15 (or £10 for Cycling UK members if purchased in October).
More information and booking details are at www.cyclenation.org.uk/conference
For myself, I do like these grassroots type of organisation and the country would be a lot worse off without them. I have other commitments that weekend, otherwise I’d be tempted to go along – partly out of interest and also because I used to cycle to St Albans quite a lot when I worked there.