Monthly Archives: July 2015

Wandle Trail Worry

This is the Wandle Trail for cyclists near Corbet Close/ Hackbridge Road in Hackbridge. The blocks of flats behind the new green fence on the right are being redeveloped and the contractors have recently put up this fence that extends

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Space for Cycling petition presented to the Leader of the Council

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The political will is there, now we need action! The political will is there, now we need action! This was the message from the Leader of Sutton Council, Ruth Dombey, when we presented our Space for Cycling petition on 23

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Sutton’s draft Cycling Delivery Strategy published

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Sutton Council has launched a consultation on their draft Cycling Delivery Strategy. A copy of the draft strategy and a questionnaire are available from the council’s website at the Sutton Consultation Hub. The publication of the draft strategy, on 21 July, has

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Sutton Cycle Summit 2014

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Sutton’s first Cycle Summit, hosted by Tom Brake, MP for Carshalton and Wallington, took place on 22 January 2014. Caroline Pidgeon (Leader of the Liberal Democrat London Assembly Group and Chair of the London Assembly’s Transport Committee), spoke at the

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Sutton’s Cycling Delivery Strategy consultation workshop announced

Will Sutton's draft Cycling Delivery Strategy provide the clarity to point the way towards a better cycling future?

Sutton Council has been announced that the draft Cycling Delivery Strategy for the borough will be open to consultation between 17 July and 7 September 2015. In support of this, and in order to consult as widely as possible, a

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Notes from our June 2015 meeting

The first arrivals to the All Saints Centre, and views of some nearby, cycle-friendly, residential streets  (Images processed with Moldiv)

Our June meeting, our first formal meeting since March, was a little different. In fact, it was probably ‘a first’ when it comes to LCC borough group meetings because, unusually, it did not take place in the home borough but

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