Ryde is going places, say Ryde Society: All welcome at tonight’s meeting

This is an event for anyone who lives and works in Ryde. The Ryde Society is your civic society and everyone is welcome

ryde by night

Ryde’s unique historical Georgian and Victorian heritage and seaside environment, both continually under threat, will be scrutinised at a meeting of the campaigning Ryde Society tonight (Monday 10th February) from 7pm at The Royal Esplanade Hotel opposite the pier.

Insufficient green space and footpaths
A new Place Plan report will reveal there is insufficient green space and no proper designated footpaths through the town, where 470 buildings are listed, including seventy-five percent of Union Street.

Stella Davis, chairwoman of the Society, said,

“The Society was formed to conserve and enhance this jewel of a town and to ensure that it is a wonderful place to live, work and visit.”

News of meeting shared by Peter Gruner on behalf of Ryde Society. Ed

Image: marinetank0 under CC BY 2.0

Monday, 10th February, 2020 9:21am


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