Next East Midlands Cyclists’ Forum Meeting

Next East Midlands Cyclists’ Forum meeting in Nottingham on Sat 18 Oct. at 10.00 (part of Pedals 35th birthday celebrations) As part of the celebrations for Pedals 35th birthday this year we are hosting the next East Midlands Cyclists’ Forum on Saturday 18 October. This will be in the upstairs room of the Trent Bridge […]

Sustrans Schools Nottingham Spring Newsletter


Find attached below a copy of the Sustrans School Spring Newsletter for Nottingham. This edition includes news on:
- Sneinton St. Stephens C of E Superheroes
- Sustrans Big Shift challenge for schools
- Cycle maintenance workshops at Big Wood and Nottingham Emmanuel Schools
- Cycle Shelter Success at Fernwood School
- The Big Pedal

Swap a lock – Reduce the risk of bike theft

Swap a lock Reduce the risk of bike theft

Simply bring your old bike lock to a Swap a Lock session and exchange it for a FREE high standard lock:

Central Police Station, North Church Street – Tuesday 6 May 12pm-2pm

Radford Road Police Station, Hyson Green – Wednesday 7 May 12pm-2pm

St Ann’s Police Station, St Ann’s Well Road – Thursday 8 May 12pm-2pm

Clifton Police Station, Farnborough Road, Clifton – Friday 9 May 12pm-2pm

City’s 4th Bridge

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. Trent Basin Bridge (c) Nick Ebbs