Launch invite: “Walking in Brunswick”

Walking in Brunswick: How to make walking in Brunswick safer and more enjoyable

This year, Brunswick Residents Network volunteers conducted a major survey of local residents about walking in Brunswick. We are launching our report by Zoom at 7.30pm on Tuesday 5 October, with a famous walker as our special guest, and comments from walking experts 

A massive 922 Brunswick residents responded to our call. They told us how much they walk (more than we expected); and, in great detail, what would make walking safer and more enjoyable. This big sample has given an insight into why, when and where people of all ages walk in Brunswick – and when and where they don’t walk. 

With lots of colourful quotes bringing the statistics alive, the report has many important insights, and is a good read. We’ll be using it to inform and we hope to shape Council and State Government priorities. 

Speakers:

Special guest: Rhydian Cowley, Australian Olympic walker

MC: Dan Ziffer

Report highlights: Nancy Atkin and the survey team

Comment: Victoria Walks

Date and Time: Tuesday 5 October, 2021, 7.30–8.30 PM
RSVP: Useful, to plan Zoom numbers: email brunswickresidentsnetwork@gmail.com

Facebook Event to share: https://fb.me/e/XgQqaZIl

Zoom direct link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89540063300?pwd=R3ROMHR3Sjk1Uk1rR0lDeEQ5bGl5UT09   

(OR) Zoom by Meeting ID – 
Meeting ID: 895 4006 3300
Passcode: Strolling

Please put 5 October in your diary, and share this email and the Facebook event to invite your friends, neighbours and colleagues. The report will be available here at the time of the launch. 

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