World Car Free Day – Saturday 22 September 2018

On Saturday 22 September Southwark Council’s Road Safety and Sustainable Travel Team will be taking part in World Car Free Day on Bermondsey Street.

On this day the section of Bermondsey Street between St Thomas Street/Crucifix Lane and Whites Grounds will be closed to traffic.

The idea behind the day is to encourage everyone to walk, cycle, or scoot around the borough rather than use their cars. In addition, Car Free Day will be a great opportunity to see what Bermondsey Street and other areas within the borough could look like as a car free space and the benefits that this can bring.

From 12 – 5pm there will be pedal powered smoothies, air quality snakes and ladders, ‘Tell us about your journey’ video diaries with the chance to win a £50 voucher, cycling entertainment and more.

Come down, join in and get inspired to go car free!

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