Winning bees: Nicola Dowling (left) and family were one of two winners of Micro-Scooters for their costumes in the Bee Ride. PICTURE: Lorraine Taylor.
The Bee Ride from Abbey Hey to Chorlton attracted around 50 people. PICTURE: Lorraine Taylor
Bee Ride winner Andrew Scott. PICTURE: Aspa Paltaglou.
Around 50 bike-riding bees made a buzz at Manchester’s first ‘FloopFest’ last weekend to celebrate the Fallowfield Loopline and gather views to help improve the popular walking, scooting and cycling...
19 September 2018
The new funding for Hadrian's Cycleway will help create links between local attractions and businesses and the cycle route. Photo: Vicki Deritis/Sustrans
Over 160,000 people a year use the 174 mile (National Cycle Network route 72) cycle and walking route
We are delighted to have won £48,362 from Solway, Border and Eden LEADER to improve the popular Hadrian’s Cycleway in Cumbria for tourists and local people.
Over 160,000 people a year use the 174...
17 September 2018
Just 55% of people in Northern Ireland are satisfied with cycling infrastructure
Over a third of public in Northern Ireland dissatisfied with walking infrastructure
Government infographic showing results of survey on walking, cycling and public transport
We are calling for the Department for Infrastructure (DfI) to focus much more on improving walking and cycling infrastructure in Northern Ireland following the results of a public satisfaction survey...