Car Free day is Sunday 22nd September:
The preceeding day Beddington Park will be host to Bike Fest with local cycling groups and activities during the afternoon and a pedal powered cinema showing Disney’s Aladdin in the evening.
Both of these are free and require no booking. Spread the word with anyone that rides a bike, or any that don’t have one yet! Help make this a successful event and raise the profile and awarness of issues we face when cycling in Sutton.
The following has kindly been passed on by Sarah Wheeldon of the Environment Projects Officer at LBS. If you would like to be more involved and volunteer to help at either event you can get in touch with Dawn Fielding <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Saturday 21st September, 1-4pm – Beddington Park Bike Fest – Get ready for car-free day by getting hands on with pedal-power and learning more about cycling opportunities in the area. With a range of activities to try out including inclusive cycles, Rollapaluza races and smoothie bikes plus information stands from local clubs, beginners cycle sessions and Dr Bike on hand for minor bike repairs. And all this for FREE! A fun day for cyclists and non-cyclists alike. On the ball courts by Beddington Park Pavilion Cafe.
Saturday 21st September, 6.30 – 10pm – Beddington Park Big Bicycle Cinema – The popular Big Bicycle Cinema returns to Beddington Park, bringing a day of pedal powered activity (Beddington Park Bike Fest) to an exciting close. This year watch the brand new, live action Disney’s Aladdin (PG). The bicycle-powered cinema is 100% human powered and completely off-grid. All the electricity for the performance is produced by the cyclists.
No need to register, the event is free, the only thing viewers may be asked to donate in return is their pedal-power! Bring a blanket or chair to sit on and don’t forget to prepare for the weather, as average temperatures in September can fall to 12 degrees after dusk. Audience entry is from 6.30pm and the film starts at 7.30pm. Opposite Carew Academy. Please note, parking is extremely limited so why not get into the spirit of the event and take public transport, walk or cycle.
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