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Welcome to 20’s Plenty, the not-for-profit organisation that supports 700 local groups making their community 'better places to be'.


More conference information available here

This year's annual conference features a keynote address from the Minister for Transport, Fiona Hyslop MSP. This will be followed by the Welsh Deputy Minister for Climate Change, Lee Waters MS on how Wales became the first UK nation with a default 20mph.  Jeremy Leach will talk about how almost all of Inner London is now 20mph and will give an update on progress in Outer London.  Jenny Carson from the European Transport Safety Council will also comment on the widespread adoption of 30km/h throughout Europe.

The rest of the conference will detail the Scottish and Welsh actions as well hearing from those who have experienced implementing 20mph in other rural and urban areas.  

A report of the 2022 conference held at Oxfordshire County Hall is here


20's Plenty campaigns for a speed limit of 20mph to be normal in residential areas and in town and village centres, with exceptions where appropriate.

As an apolitical body, we work with anyone wanting 20mph. We receive no government or political party funding.

Please contact us for further information.

Rod King MBE
Founder & Campaign Director




Part of the Streets for Life global movement led by the United Nations calling for default urban 20mph and 30km/h speed limits where people mix with motors.

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