What if the challenge of ageing well in a rural community could also be the key to unlocking prosperity?
That’s the question posed by Jess Read, independent active travel consultant, who will be leading an interactive workshop on Ageing Well in Rural Communities at this year’s National Active Travel Conference.
Participants at the workshop will be invited to contribute their expertise and insights to explore the questions
This interactive session is just one of the varied and diverse sessions available at this year’s conference. Elsewhere, delegates will be able to hear presentations on a range of active-travel related themes.
For example, organisations seeking to build a business case for active travel infrastructure should look no further than Mobilityways’ presentation on “Using data to drive modal shift”.
Or, if you understand the concept of a 20-minute neighbourhood but wonder how it can work in the rural context, check out the joint presentation by Forth Environment Link and Drymen Community Development Trust on that very topic.
These and many more on-point topics are under discussion at this year’s conference. Find out more about all the available sessions and book your place now by checking out the Agenda page.