Chesterfield Cycle Campaign promotes cycle use in Chesterfield for both leisure and utility journeys.
By campaigning for a comprehensive network, we aim to improve conditions for cyclists so that cycling becomes a safer and more attractive option than car travel for local journeys.
The Critical Mass ride in June finally made it into the Derbyshire Times on July 10th.
The Campaign features in the latest newsletter of ‘Working Well’, health promotion of Derbyshire Primary Care Trust. Click the image below to expand.
At a public meeting of the Planning Committee of Chesterfield Borough Council held on July 1st the application for a relocated Tesco and new football stadium was passed subject to approval by the Secretary of State.
The Campaign objected to this application drawing attention to the lack of cycling infrastructure and the very car-centric nature of the layout.
On May Day 2007 we offered half price membership and 29 people joined that day! Unfortunately some of them have decided not to renew, so from a brief high of 299 we have dropped back to 283. Lets try to get it to 300 during the summer – could you recruit a new member? membership forms are available to download on the ‘membership’ page.
There was a great turnout for the Critical Mass ride, around 40 people took part, several trailers and a tandem came along.
One of the participants has started a Facebook gallery here
After a short pause 30 riders went up the Holmebrook Valley Trail to the Peacock at Cutthorpe for the pea & pie supper.
Some riders went home after the Critical Mass and others joined up for the supper so about 55 cyclists turned out for both events!