Cycling

Children taking part in the Circus Lights Parade

The Parade event was run by ThinkCircus and supported by Sustrans Scotland’s ArtRoots programme

Circus Lights Parade

Children and parents were accompanied on Route 1 by a giant unicorn and mermaid lanterns

Mermaid display of Circus Lights Parade

The parade ended with glowing hula hoop and sock poi performances

More than 60 Craigmillar residents and young people in Edinburgh took part in a spectacular glow parade and circus skills performance on 24 October 2018, as part of a series of workshops aimed at...
25 October 2018
Children, bikes, lord mayor, Bike It Officer and teachers in school playground celebrating

Lord Mayor of Crawley celebrates Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Primary's success

Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Primary celebrates being the first school in Crawley to achieve the Gold School Mark award as part of our active travel programme. The School Mark award is a joint...
22 October 2018
Walker on Water rail way

A stretch of the National Cycle Network near Lincoln will be closed between Monday 29 October and Saturday 3 November 2018. Image credit: David Martin

A stretch of the National Cycle Network connecting Washingborough and Lincoln, known as the Water Rail Way, will be closed for five days from Monday 29 October until the morning of Saturday 3 ...
22 October 2018
children cycling along the Liverpool Loopline

The Liverpool Loop Line has a broad mix of native woodland, grassland and wildflowers, which are a haven for local wildlife species. Image credit: Chris Foster/Sustrans

We have developed a Woodland Plan for the Liverpool Loop Line to help make the route better for path users and wildlife. The former railway line runs from Halewood to Aintree is traffic-free and...
19 October 2018
the Lord Mayor of York with children from Acomb Primary school

The Lord Mayor of York, Councillor Keith Orrell presented the Modeshift STARS Gold award to children at Acomb Primary School. PHOTO: Steve Tipton

We are delighted that Acomb Primary School has received the Modeshift STARS Gold award following our work with iTravel York to get more pupils cycling and walking on their journeys to school....
15 October 2018
school children on a dual-use path

The artwork is unveiled by Councillor Sue Waddington and pupils from Glebelands Primary School. Photo courtesy of Leicester City Council

recycled bottle top displays

Artwork made from recycled plastic bottle tops. Made by pupils at Glebelands Primary School. Photo courtesy of Leicester City Council

We've been working with pupils, parents and staff at Glebelands Primary School to create a display on a local dual-use path, Churchbell Way. The artwork aims to encourage more pupils, staff and...
12 October 2018
People on bicycles at the opening of cycle path

Matt Winfield, Sustrans Director, London, Will Norman, London's Cycling and Walking Commissioner, and borough leaders from Southwark, Newham and Redbridge open Quietway 14

Cyclists and walkers share Quietway 22 in London

Quietway 22, one of three new Quietways opened, has new ramps onto the Greenway to make it easier for people walking and cycling to access, and new 24 hour lighting and CCTV.

We were pleased to join Will Norman, London’s Walking and Cycling Commissioner, Transport for London (TfL), and borough leaders from Southwark, Newham and Redbridge today to launch three new Quietway...
11 October 2018

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