The Redways Relaunch campaign was launched at Delegates Assembly on 7th February 2017 (pictured above) with the following goals:
- 50 Improvement Projects across the Redway network in partnership with MK Council and The Parks Trust
- 50 miles of ‘adopted’ Redway involving litter collections by schools and other organisations
- £50 sponsorship each month from local businesses.
At this action (pictured above), 400 pupils from five schools and attended and presented individual testimonies along with results from student survey of 2,300 pupils. The Leader of the Council pledged to make 50 improvements to the Redways. See what happened at the mass pupil action.Wins
- Following several meetings between pupils and the Head of Highways and other Council officers, the Council Leader implemented 257 out of 261 agreed improvements to the Redways.
- Jubilee Wood Primary School, Summerfield Primary School, MK Academy and St. Paul’s Catholic School agreed to clear and keep tidy the Redways outside their school, monitoring and reporting any problems to MK Council.
- Dentons LLP, Network Rail, Santander and Shoosmiths, all participated in Redways Clean-up actions with the above schools, contributing more than £2,000 of in-kind support for the campaign.
- Metal signs have been fixed on ‘Redways Pledge’ lamp posts outside the schools.