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published on 17th May 2021

Bristol Bike Project launches crowdfunder to create a new community bike workshop

Photo of boy being shown how to fix a bike

BBP is a comprehensive community bike project, repairing and rehoming unwanted bikes. They aim to help people from all walks of life get out on …

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published on 10th May 2021

West of England pupils take to the streets for Walk to School Week

Walk To School Week - Living Streets 2021 artwork

Walk to School Week is organised by Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking as part of their National Walking Month campaign each May. …

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published on 27th April 2021

Temporary towpath diversion in Bath

Map showing route diversion of closure of Bath towpath

A 150m stretch of the towpath between Windsor Bridge and the Destructor Bridge will be closed until mid-December 2021. The works to reroute gas mains …

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published on 21st April 2021

Active travel to school campaign launched in North Somerset

Bicycle in the countryside

Selected schools will take part in Sustran’s ‘Bike It’ programme, receiving support from a Bike It Officer to help students gain more confidence cycling.   …

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published on 17th March 2021

Easter holidays at the Bristol Cycling Centre

Illustrative image of the upcoming Family Cycling Centre timetable

This Easter we are reopening our doors to the public with a bang! Sustrans Big Pedal – an initiative that inspires pupils, staff and parents to …

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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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