20 Sustrans Cycling Santas rode through London and took festive treats to Queen Mary Hostel for homeless women, where we have been working this year
Matt Winfield, Sustrans London Director, Will Norman, the Mayor of London's walking commissioner and Heidi Alexander, Deputy Mayor of London for Transport ready to meet the cycling santas
On Quietway 1 - the streets of London are full of festive cycling this Christmas!
Sustrans Director Matt Winfield, Will Norman, London's Walking and Cycling Commissioner and Heidi Alexander, Deputy Mayor of London for Transport with our cycling Santas on Q1
“You wouldn’t believe the difference that being able to cycle has made to the women here” says Kelvin O’Mard, area manager at Queen Mary homeless women’s hostel in Westminster where Sustrans run a...
20 December 2018
With any competition there are terms and conditions. If you would like to enter the Bristol and Bath Railway Path Photography Competition we recommend you read the terms and conditions below.
17 December 2018
The Bristol and Bath Railway Path marks its 40th anniversary in 2019
Sustrans England South is launching a Photography Competition on Thursday 20 December 2018 to mark the 40th anniversary of the Bristol and Bath Railway Path.
The Bristol and Bath Railway Path is...
20 December 2018
“The benefits of walking and cycling are well documented especially for tackling the issues of poor air quality, congestion and obesity" James Cleeton, Sustrans Director South
South Lawn Terrace was closed to through traffic for the afternoon and the children assisted in laying a bright and colourful dragon motif onto the road surface outside the school
We have been working with pupils and staff at St Michael’s Primary School and the local community through a series of workshops to develop ideas for improving the streets around the school.
Pupils at St Michaels Academy in Exeter helped to trial temporary changes recently to the street outside their school, to encourage more people to walk and cycle.
South Lawn Terrace was closed to...
13 December 2018
“I thoroughly enjoyed working with Sustrans and Greenwich in changing the way we make our deliveries" - Drings owner, Michael Jones
A butcher in the borough of Greenwich has cut its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by using an electric cargo bike for local deliveries, as part of a six-month trial, delivered by Sustrans.
11 December 2018
Sustrans South East Volunteer of the Year Sheila Fox
Sustrans Volunteer of the Year 2018, Sheila Fox, is presented with her award by Sustrans England South Director, James Cleeton.
Sheila Fox has lots to celebrate this festive season because she was recently announced as the Sustrans South East Volunteer of the Year 2018.
A retired pre-school manager from Southampton, Sheila's...
Xavier Brice, James Cleeton and Matt Rodda at the England South launch of the National Cycle Network review
For the first time the National Cycle Network has been audited across the South of England providing a snapshot of the whole of the Network in the South of England.
The review revealed that the main...
On a lazy Sunday afternoon is there anything better than sitting down to a roast lunch?
And what better way to earn your lunch than getting out on the National Cycle Network for a cycle or walk.
28 November 2018
Volunteer of the Year for Northern Ireland Hazel Patterson with Rachael Ludlow-Williams and Sustrans Chief Executive, Xavier Brice.
Rachael Ludlow-Williams with Sustrans volunteer winners L to R: Hazel Patterson, Jackie Mitchell and John Campbell
Sustrans chief executive Xavier Brice with volunteers and staff at volunteers' celebration event at Lunasa Cafe in Belfast.
The winners of Sustrans Volunteer awards in Northern Ireland this year have proven there is a lot of life and energy after retirement.
All three winners – Hazel Patterson, Jackie Mitchell and John...