Treading Lightly for Lent and the next step for 20’s Plenty.

St.Albans Abbey has launched it’s Lent talks, this year with the title treading lightly on God’s Earth. Dr Kevin Walton, Canon Chancellor at St.Albans Cathedral explains some of the diverse and interesting themes that will be discussed.

Book your place on the Treading Lightly on God’s Earth events on the cathedral website

Plus, Green Party Councillor, Simon Grover, will  put a motion before St.Albans District Council that, if carried, would take the District a step closer to 20mph becoming the default speed limit in towns and villages in our District. Colin Hodges of 20’s Plenty for St.Albans District talks about the Motion and what it could mean for St.Albans District.

More information on the campaign for lower speed limits in St.Albans District on the 20’s Plenty for St.Albans District website

Have your say on Herts County Council consultation on Low Traffic Neighbourhood for Fleetville and cycle infrastructure on Marlborough Road https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/about-the-council/consultations/transport-and-highways/active-travel-fund.aspx

And find more on Doughnuts and Decision Making – online event run by Sustainable St.Albans https://sustainablestalbans.org/get-started/eventslisting/



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Treading Lightly for Lent and the next step for 20's Plenty

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