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[['''RampArt Meeting 12th-16th December''']]
 
  
'''Wednesday 12th'''
 
People Arrive, sort space: food etc
 
 
'''Thursday 13th'''
 
 
'''AM''' - Look at bike space and decide what to do with it
 
Check plans for the weekend
 
Film Night prep. Practical and Theoretical (new ways
 
of presenting) / Bike space stuff
 
 
'''PM''' - Film Night
 
 
'''Friday 14th'''
 
'''AM''' - Bike space stuff / Bike maintenance workshop
 
 
'''Saturday 15th'''
 
'''AM''' - Facilitation Techniques check
 
 
Internal Issues - Theory, Structure, Funding,
 
Direction/Purpose:
 
Develop Car Culture critique & radical cycling
 
viewpoint, further work on specific issues (eg. Food),
 
Guide (Book?), Research into what we oppose
 
 
'''LUNCHTIME:''' Possibly food not bombs event...?
 
 
'''PM''' - Travel Pool
 
 
Event based stuff:
 
Tours, Static events, Spectacles, Protests/Action
 
 
'''EVENING: FUN N GAMES?!'''
 
 
'''Sunday 16th'''
 
 
'''AM''' - Our dealings with other groups and networks:
 
Other cycling groups, Other activist groups, Community
 
groups, Companies, Governmental Institutions (Facilitators: Patrick + ?)
 
 
'''PM''' - Set next Meeting
 
 
'''Practical ideas:'''
 
Students & bikes, Crazy bikes, Trailers, Workshop
 
space, Bike Library, Pedals, Energy Trailer, etc
 
 
'''Review of tasks:''' prioritisation, importance,
 
timescale, etc
 
 
 
 
'''More detailed agendas:'''
 
 
Other cycling groups: Cycle Campaign Network (Local
 
and National), CTC (Local & National), World CarFree
 
Network/Carbusters, Sustrans, Bikes4All, Cyclemagic,
 
Biggles, Rinky Dink, Oxford Cycle Workshop etc...
 
Cooperating & Radicalising.
 
 
'''Other activist groups:'''
 
Climate Camp, Plane Stupid, Rising Tide, Peace Groups,
 
Animal Rights Cooperating & Bike-ifying.
 
 
'''Community groups'''
 
Students, Schools.  Revisiting past, ideas for future
 
 
'''Companies'''
 
Trains re: bike spaces, Car Manufacturers, Bus
 
companies, Oil companies, Bike manufacturers, Bike to
 
work schemes. Changing policies, symbolic protests
 

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