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Life Cycle 4: Go the extra mile for Children’s Brain Tumour Research
From Ridewise Cycling For All with poster and dates attached below:
"Our next Cycling for All event is this Sunday 20th April.
Crohn’s and Colitis UK are running the Bluebell Walk & Cycle Ride at Rutland Water on Sunday 4th May 2014.
The details can be found in the document attached below, or see http://www.crohnsandcolitis.org.uk/get-involved/fundraising/walks/rutland-water
The leader of Gedling Borough Council, Cllr. John Clarke, has reopened discussion on a 4th bridge over the Trent using congestion and the local economy as the basis of his arguments. The article below, which will appear in the Nottingham Post on Friday 31st January, argues that the health of the local population is of paramount importance and that all three factors --health, congestion and the local economy-- can best be served by a pedestrian/cycling bridge.
Pedals are putting pressure on the council for more cycle stands in the city centre, particularly to compensate for stands now occupied by Citycard bikes and Police decoy bikes!
Pedals (along with the Notts CTC) were very sad to hear the news of the death on 13 July of Roger Codling, aged 70, a longstanding member of the local CTC, and also at one time a regular attender at Pedals meetings in his capacity as local CTC Right to Ride Officer.
Through the Nottingham Local Sustainable Transport fund the City Council is piloting new ways of engaging with the local community through offering people help with the way they travel.