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.
Celebrate cycling and Bike Week! Critical Mass departing from the town hall at 5.30pm on Friday 20th June. A circuit of the towns roads and back to the town hall in time for the Campaign ride to the pie & pea supper at the Peacock in Cutthorpe
Anyone wishing to join us at the pea and pie supper please contact the Secretary as soon as possible.
The film night was attended by over 50 people, after watching the film a group discussion took place.
Our stall at the Queen’s Park was a great success, as you can see on the right we had quite a few new members join the Campaign – one more needed for our next milestone of 300!
We have 20 confirmed for our Pie & pea supper next Friday. Numbers will be confirmed with the Peacock on Monday, however their usual menu will be available to anyone who decides to join us at the last minute.
8 June 2008
Friday 13th June ‘Power of the Community’ film night.
Saturday 14th June Information stall, display of bikes and Dr Bike at the Queen’s park Fun Day.
Friday 20th June members ride to the Peacock in Cutthorpe for supper.
We expect to run some other events – look out for announcements.
See the ‘Bike Week’ page in the menu under events.
5 June 2008
The Campaign news that was printed in last weeks Derbyshire Times has been repeated in this weeks Express. Unfortunately the publicity for last Saturdays Family Ride reads as though it is this Saturday. Just to confirm the next Campaign event is June 13th, a joint film showing with Transition Town Chesterfield.
Our next monthly meeting is Tuesday 10th June at 7.30pm, as usual in the Market Place but now in Meeting Room 1, just across the landing from our previous home, the Urban Studies Centre. Minutes of the previous meeting are available on the ‘Publications’ page. The agenda will be available during the coming weekend. Both will be e mailed out to members who have given their e mail address.
1 June 2008
A total of 29 riders left the Queen’s Park on May 31st on the second of our family rides. No doubt the numbers were boosted by the good weather compared to our last ride. Our route took us through the centre of Chesterfield, past the railway station and along the Trans Pennine Trail to Tapton Lock where we stopped for flapjack and scones.
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