Cycling

Sustrans volunteers cleared trees from Godley turntable

Volunteers cleared trees and other vegetation from the old turntable | Photo credit: Justin Turnbull

Photo of bicycle by Godley railway turntable in autumn
Our volunteers are working with local schools in East Manchester to help turn an abandoned old railway turntable in Godley into a wildlife haven and community space. The Friends of the Trans Pennine...
30 January 2019
pupils of award winning school

Cwrt Rawlin Primary School Award Ceremony

A Caerphilly school near congestion hotspot have been awarded a Sustrans Award in recognition for reducing car use for journeys to school. A huge congratulations to Cwrt Rawlin Primary School, based...
28 January 2019
Photo of family walking on cycling and walking path, National Cycle Network

The Government has set an ambition in the CWIS of getting 55% of primary school children walking to school by 2025 | Photo credit: ©2015, Sustrans

The Government is in serious danger of missing its targets to increase levels of cycling and walking in England unless there is an increase in funding. Giving evidence to the House of Commons...
23 January 2019
Photo of Lee Craigie meeting Transport Scotland’s active travel delivery partner organisations on an urban cycle path in Scotland

Lee Craigie as Active Nation Commissioner meeting Transport Scotland’s active travel delivery partner organisations

Photo of Lee Craigie next to a bicycle on National Cycle Route 78- The Caledonia Way

Lee Craigie was announced as Active Nation Commissioner for Scotland in December 2018 | Image credit: James Robertson, ©2017

In her first official appearance in her new role Scotland’s newly appointed Active Nation Commissioner, Lee Craigie is to meet the people at the frontline of delivering walking and cycling...
23 January 2019
Photo of Angelica Bell and children at Wormholt Primary School in London

Image credit: ©2019, Paul Tanner

Photo of Angellica Bell posing by a road bicycle

I’m delighted to be supporting this year’s Big Pedal. It’s a fantastic way to encourage more children to cycle, walk or scoot– doing wonders for their health and the environment around them

Photo of two young girls walking to school on pavement by a road.

Photo credit: Neil Hanna

Families are being invited to take up the Big Pedal 2019 – the UK’s largest cycling, walking and scooting challenge for schools. This year’s competition is backed by Angellica Bell, British...
22 January 2019

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