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Ahead of tomorrow's Cycle Enfield ("Mini-Holland") exhibition and consultation at the Fox (3pm to 8pm), Enfield Council have released a short video explaining the thinking behind the scheme.

The video also outlines further consultation stages.

To go to the YouTube pages, click on the picture above, or view the embedded video below.

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David March posted a reply #930 14 Feb 2015 12:01
I wish Enfield could spell 'exercise' correctly in the video . . . . they must correct it!! I am sure loads of people have pointed this out to them. I see it has been removed from YouTube

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