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P-05-774 Pass Wide and Slow Wales

This page gives details of any meetings held which will, or did, discuss the matter, and includes links to the relevant Papers, Agendas and Minutes.

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Meeting: 21/11/2017 - Petitions Committee (Item 3)

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Supporting documents:


Members considered correspondence from the British Horse Society and the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Transport, together with further comments from the petitioner and agreed to write to:


  • the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Transport to ask for an outline of the activities undertaken by the Welsh Government to deliver the relevant actions in the Road Safety Framework; and
  • Police and Crime Commissioners to ask whether any work has been undertaken by police forces in Wales to improve the safety of horses and horse riders using roads, including to promote campaigns to prevent close passes.


Meeting: 03/10/2017 - Petitions Committee (Item 2)

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Supporting documents:


David Rowlands declared the following relevant interest under Standing Order 17.24A:


His daughter rides horses.


The Committee considered the petition for the first time and agreed to:


·         Write to the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure to ask if he will consider whether additional support could be given to the British Horse Society’s “Dead? Or Dead Slow” campaign; and

·         Write to the British Horse Society to ask for their views on the petition and the actions that they believe could be taken to increase awareness of the need to pass horses wide and slow.




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