Our 30th seminar will take place at London's City Hall, on Tuesday 6th March at 6pm, and will be a session on Healthy School Streets.
Currently, over 1500 London schools and educational settings participate in TfL's STARS scheme, striving to increase the numbers of children using active travel to get to school each day. However, many parents are still choosing to drive their children to school, creating issues around road safety, air quality and childhood obesity, all of which are becoming ever more pressing concerns for school leaders and parents alike
Hosted by Caroline Russell, Green Party Member of the London Assembly, this seminar event will discuss some of the strategies taken to make the journey to school safer and healthier for London children. The session will include presentations from Caroline Russell (London Assembly member), Public Health and Transport specialist Dr Adrian Davis , Dan Kelly (former parent governor at Stoneydown Park Primary, Walthamstow) and Clare Rogers (Better Streets for Enfield) and an interactive discussion session.
For more information, and to book, click here.