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« on: November 19, 2018, 10:46:05 am »

Yes - a weekday not a Saturday. And not at the start of March either!

1. Whiteball tunnel is closed for 3 weeks and 4 weekends right across the usual date.

2. The TWSW board wants to encourage more industry, planning, council, professional attendees in addition to transport user and specialist interest group representatives to their general meetings.   We have a number of good friends who are professional attendees and who have put themselves out to come along in weekend / family time - but we are aware of other who's family commitments are such that they cannot and we want to offer them an opportunity too. The same issue applies to some speakers we would like to talk to us.  We also looked at the profile and potential attendance of everyone who came along last month (6th October) and have concluded that almost everyone will be just as able / likely to come midweek as Saturday.

3. A couple of weeks later makes it slightly less likely that awful weather will force a postponement or cancellation.
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