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What would make someone who hasn't cycled for a long while, cycle again?

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New post: Healthy Streets for London (and healthy residents in Sutton) #HealthyStreets

Healthy Streets for London, healthy residents in Sutton Today, 16 February 2017, Transport for London, and the new Walking and Cycling Commissioner Will Norman, launched Healthy Streets for London: prioritising walking, cycling and public transport. The…

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Residents of Tharp Road in Wallington are requesting that something be done about traffic in their street. That is a view that many other Sutton residents would share. Tharp Road is also part of a significant and long established east-west cycle route…

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Sutton’s quarterly Cycle Forum took place on January 10 2017. This Forum is an occasion when officers of the Council discuss local cycling or other road schemes and issues with local cyclists. Sometimes the Council’s cycling czar is present as well, but…

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Get Sutton Cycling have had some second thoughts on the proposed Roundshaw Downs Greenways. Rather than attempt to tick the ‘cycling box’ by dabbling with Greenway links, links that are often hidden, tend to appeal only to occasional recreational use,…

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Notes from our November 2016 meeting. Beddington, Wallington, Morden, Croydon, Brighton (!?)

London Cycling Campaign in Sutton: 28 November 2016 meeting notes Location: Shinner and Sudtone, 67 High Street, Sutton, SM1 1DT Present: Gary James, John Kinnear, Charles Martin (Coordinator and Chair), Ben Rafferty (Treasurer), Michael To, Maeve…

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London's cycling budget to 2021/22 announced. Sutton needs to enhance its cycling credentials.

The announcement today (5 December 2016) from the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan that £770 million has been secured for cycling over the next five years (to 2022) is very welcome and exciting news! It’s an opportunity for Sutton, but the full potential will…

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Very disappointed that more outdated ideas for cycling have been delivered in Hackbridge.

The first Felnex crossing In Felnex redevelopment – an acid test for cycling (June 2016), we made know our extreme disappointment at the lack-lustre plans for cycling that were being put forward as part of a major residential and commercial building…

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Notes from the Sutton Cycle Forum September 2016. Don't be too scared to take a look!

The third Sutton Cycle Forum of 2016 (and the fourth since the borough’s Cycling Strategy was approved in November 2015, and subsequently published in February 2016) took place on 13 September. Unlike the previous forum meeting in June, this time it was…

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First draft of the notes from our September meeting are now available:

A new bar for Sutton, is a potential new venue for Get Sutton Cycling social gatherings! The Shinner and Sudtone in the Sutton High Street opened on 15 September, and so it was decided to give it a try for our informal meeting on 26 September. There was…
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