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« on: January 29, 2021, 07:34:09 am »

Diary place-holder thread 17.3.2021 at 19:30 - Melksham Rail User Group via Zoom.  All welcome

Minutes of 13th January and previous meeting via http://www.mrug.org.uk/meetings.html
Lots and lots of other Melksham Specific stuff on the same web site.

Contact - email secretary-at-mrug.org.uk or get in touch with the author of this Coffee Shop thread or follow any of the links on the MRUG» (Melksham Rail User Group - site) site

Link to Zoom meeting, agenda, etc, in early March.

5.3.2021 - Edit to add -> Link to the Zoom meeting on 17th:

Topic: Melksham RUG» (Rail User Group - about) (MRUG)
Time: Mar 17, 2021 07:30 PM London

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« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2021, 09:24:14 am »

Diary place-holder thread 17.3.2021 at 19:30 - Melksham Rail User Group via Zoom.  All welcome

A follow up here to confirm that this meeting will be held purely on Zoom. We had left the option open to be able to allow some sort of real life element if safety and government legal restrictions both allowed that, but no such option is open.

All welcome still stands.  One of the beauties of Zoom is that it allows our friends who are not currently in Melksham to join us, offer us their wisdom, and indeed use any ideas of ours to seed their own thoughts if they're useful.

Preliminary - items for the agenda include:

* Re-opening of use of public transport and appropriate information and encouragement
* Move towards all public and sustainable transport
* Local plan consultation, A350 bypass consultation, Neighbourhood plan reprise
* To note local elections on 6th May 2020, thank retiring councillors and encourage newcomers to partner
* May 2021 and December 2021 timetables
* MRUG» (Melksham Rail User Group - site) will be inviting the TransWilts team to update us on longer term plans and on the Melksham Hub cafe
* Next meeting 19th May 2021 - AGM (Annual General Meeting) looking for limited In Real Life option too

MRUG will share the Zoom codes for the meeting via email in the next couple of weeks, and in public a couple of days before.
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« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2021, 02:19:28 pm »

Final (I hope) agenda:

Melksham Rail User Group meeting - Agenda for Wednesday 17th March at 19:30

This meeting will be held on Zoom and chaired by Peter Blackburn. Meeting code:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83733388862?pwd=S01iMm12KzZpc0tGcXJJK3lRMHlMZz09
This meeting will be held in public and all are welcome

1. Welcome and announcements - Chair

2. Minutes of last meeting ( http://www.mrug.org.uk/lib/minutes210113.pdf )

3. Hub Update - invitation to TransWilts
3a. Questions

4. Line and service update - invititon to TransWilts
4a. Questions

5. Re-opening of public transport - current and future services; marketing.
Inclusion of other public transport and active travel in the group's title
Specific notes in relation to Melksham

6. Station upkeep volunteers
Current rules and looking ahead - planter, cleaning, signage, etc

7. Co-ordination with other groups
WCA (Wiltshire Climate Alliance), WWRUG» (West Wiltshire Rail Users Group - about), TWSW» (TravelWatch SouthWest - website), and Melksham Community Groups Network, etc

8. Consultations and elections. A350, Local Plan, Neighbourhood plan
(To note local elections on 6th May 2021, thank retiring councillors and encourage newcomers to partner)

9. Any other business

10. Next meeting 19th May 2021 - AGM (Annual General Meeting)
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