Gathering of Greenway and Rural Cycleway Groups in Ireland Sat 18th Oct

Combined LogoSaturday 18th October 2014

Tailor’s Hall, Back Lane, Christchurch, Dublin 8

13:30 for lunch / 14:00 start / 16:30 finish / informal socialising afterwards

Hosted by – Irish Cycling Advocacy Network

Purpose of the afternoon:

Bringing Greenway Advocacy Groups together to share experiences and information and encourage cooperation

Introducing Greenway Groups to and what we do nationally for cycling

Developing stronger links between separate greenway groups

Presentations by:

Doug Corrie, National Trails Office on ‘Greenway Development – Present Situation and Future Prospects’

Colm Ryder, member of Executive, on ‘The European Dimension and National Co-ordination with’

More information:

Visit:, see also EuroVelo
Contact: National Cycling Coordinator

One thought on “Gathering of Greenway and Rural Cycleway Groups in Ireland Sat 18th Oct”

  1. Greenway Event a Great Success!

    Over 15 greenway groups and urban cycle campaigns came together to share experiences at the organised greenways seminar in Dublin at the weekend.

    There is a great momentum growing as more and more communities are campaigning for cycle friendly towns and recreational routes all around the island of Ireland, and all are looking for further advice and expertise to help with their advocacy work. Over 25 delegates attended, travelling from Belfast, Dingle, Mulranny, Sligo, Limerick, Kildare, Dundalk and many other spots to join local cycling advocates in Dublin.

    Presentations for the speakers can be found here:
    Colm Ryder
    Damien O’Tuama
    Richard Manton
    Doug Corrie

    Images: OverviewColm’s presentationDoug’s presentationCornucopia lunch

    Dr. Mike McKillen, Chairperson of, drew the event to a close by outlining the benefits for greenway groups in becoming part of the family: “By working together, we can raise the priority given to cycling by the Department of Tourism and Sport, and improve the quality of what is provided by sharing best practice”.

    Watch this space for more information on how your Greenway Group can join – and help to recreate a strong cycling culture in Ireland.

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