Join us for an interactive online workshop to share your ideas and experiences about cycling, walking and public transport in the Bingley Rural area (Harden, St Ives, Wilsden, Cullingworth, Denholme, Cottingley). Through an enjoyable and engaging session run by Mapping for Change, we will explore what would enable more of us to use these green and healthy modes of travel instead of having to rely on cars.
There will be a follow-up workshop (Tuesday 22nd Feb, 6-7.15pm) discussing ways to make our ideas happen, introducing and exploring an online interactive map, based on contributions from the first workshop. It would be great if you can attend both workshops, but your input at the first will be appreciated even if you can’t make the second. Anyone who lives in or close to, or regularly visits, the Bingley Rural area is welcome – we’re keen to hear the views of a broad range of people!
The idea is to gather local input on what our communities need to be less car-dependent, to reduce traffic and pollution, and make our villages and streets greener, healthier, safer and more pleasant. The workshops are part of the Bingley Rural Green Travel Project, an initiative being run jointly by the village and town councils of Cullingworth, Denholme, Harden and Wilsden working with the charity Sustrans and Mapping for Change, with support from Shipley Area Committee.
Note that the first workshop is being repeated at different times to enable wide involvement: 12.45-2pm on 13th Jan and repeated 6-7.15pm 18th Jan – please only book onto one of these. But do also book onto the follow-up workshop on 22nd Feb if you can make that one.