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What is your councillor doing for cycling?

Cycling should be as simple as putting on our shoes and as pleasant as meeting our friends.

We saw at the recent election for Mayor of London, nearly all the candidates got on board “Sign for Cycling” campaign. So what are our councillors doing to support this commitment to cycling? If you look around Sutton, you’ll be

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Get Sutton Cycling Manifesto

We have decided to write a manifesto to try and clarify what we are trying to achieve with Get Sutton Cycling. Here is our manifesto: What do we do? – We represent the London Cycling Campaign locally, and our aim

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Cycling to School In London Borough of Sutton

Monday Mar 31 – The weather is improving, and it’s great to be outdoors away from the congested roads and cycling by the River Wandle.  The back streets we use seem unusually quiet today, it’s the last week of term

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Cycling to school in London Borough of Sutton

My daughter is in Year 1 and goes to school about 1.5 miles from our home. A journey that’s almost always going to be easier, quicker and cheaper by bike than any other means. When she started at school, aged

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Sutton Council signs up to the London Cycling Campaign’s Safer Lorries, Safer Cycling pledge

We are very glad to hear that Sutton Council has signed up to the London Cycling campaign’s Safer Lorries, Safer Cycling pledge http://www.suttonguardian.co.uk/news/11029178.Sutton_Council_signs_up_to_safer_cycling_pledge/ Councillor Stephen Fenwick and  the London Cycling Campaign’s Tom Bogdanowicz Here are the details: The Pledge “We’ll work

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Get Sutton Cycling – cycling makes life better for us all! – 22nd February above TazZa Coffee, Sutton High Street

In March 2013, the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, announced plans to spend nearly £1billion across London over ten years to improve cycling infrastructure. How best can the funding that Sutton will receive be spent? And what would inspire you

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