Yearly Archives: 2017

Notes from our March 2017 meeting

London Cycling Campaign in Sutton: 22 March 2017 meeting notes Location: Shinner and Sudtone, 67 High Street, Sutton, SM1 1DT Present: Seb Cragg, John Courtman, Charlotte Gilhooly, Fran Graham (LCC), Marcus Howarth, Gary James, Helen John, John Kinnear, Mark Lambert,

Posted in Meetings

The last word on Green Wrythe Lane?

What more is there to say about Green Wrythe Lane? Specifically, of course, about footway conversion to shared-use on Green Wrythe Lane. About allowing cycling on the pavement? After all, has it not all been said before?… November 2014:  Green

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Posted in Advocacy, Consultation

Cycle Forum highlights issues to be addressed

An overview The first part of our report on the January 2017 Sutton Cycle Forum appeared in Inspiring vision and then…. the reality. Here, in part two, the emphasis is on highlighting specific issues that that arose from the meeting,

Posted in Cycle Forum

Back on two

What would make someone who hasn’t cycled for a long while, cycle again?

Posted in Advocacy

Healthy Streets for London

Healthy Streets for London, healthy residents in Sutton Today, 16 February 2017, the Mayor’s office, Transport for London, and the new Walking and Cycling Commissioner Will Norman, launched Healthy Streets for London: prioritising walking, cycling and public transport. Read the

Posted in Comment, News

Notes from our January 2017 meeting

London Cycling Campaign in Sutton: 23 January 2017 meeting notes Location: Lord Nelson, 32 Lower Road, Sutton, SM1 4QP1 Present: Charlotte Gilhooly, Marcus Howarth, John Kinnear, Charles Martin (Coordinator and Chair), Terry Patterson, Colin Shirley, Shirley Quemby, Ben Rafferty (Treasurer),

Posted in Advocacy, Meetings

No room for bikes: how Tharp Road could show borough-wide failure over cycling

Residents of Tharp Road in Wallington are requesting that something be done about traffic in their street. That is a view that many other Sutton residents would share. Tharp Road is also part of a significant and long established east-west cycle

Posted in Advocacy

Inspiring vision and then… the reality

Sutton’s quarterly Cycle Forum took place on January 10 2017. This Forum is an occasion when officers of the Council discuss local cycling or other road schemes and issues with local cyclists. Sometimes the Council’s cycling czar is present as

Posted in Advocacy, Cycle Forum, Funding
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