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published on 12th February 2021

Still time to take part in B&NES transport consultation

B&NES transport consultation artwork of people walking and cycling

Residents and business are being encouraged to have their say on the Bath Transport Delivery Action Plan.  The aim of the plan is to identify deliverable …

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published on 29th January 2021

Chew Valley walking and cycling trail plans move a step forward

Chew Valley lake in West of England

Joint cabinet members for Transport Services, Councillor Joanna Wright and Councillor Neil Butters, are being recommended to agree to change the provisional capital programme item …

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published on 22nd January 2021

Cycling Centre to temporarily close during Lockdown #3

Black and white photo of a parked bike with sorry we are closed sign

Due to the increased rate of infection of Coronavirus, we have taken the decision to temporarily close the Bristol Family Cycling Centre during this lockdown. …

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published on 12th January 2021

Inclusive Cycling sessions still running at BFCC during Lockdown #3

A lady riding a hand cycle

During this third lockdown, disabled riders can book 30 minute sessions Monday to Friday using a cycle from the centre’s collection of inclusive cycles. The …

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published on 8th December 2020

Cycling Centre reopen to public after Lockdown #2

Now that we have come to the end of our national lockdown you may be looking for ways to get outdoors and be active. The …

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published on 30th October 2020

Bristol beats Cambridge coming 2nd in UK’s most cycle-friendly universities rankings

My Student Halls illustration of students cycling

Research has officially named the University of Edinburgh as the best in the UK for student cyclists, as students prepare to ditch public transport for …

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published on 30th October 2020

No stopping the Great Weston Ride

Two men rising a bike taking part in Great Weston Ride header image

It’s well-known that the vast majority of cycling events simply weren’t able to take place in 2020, but the GWR team persevered and delivered an …

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