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20 May 2024

Cycling UK has launched the Inclusive Cycling Experience, a new programme funded by the Motability Foundation, to support disabled communities in Greater Manchester and Inverness to start...

20 May 2024

ACT member Mapes of Millport, a bike shop on Cumbrae, an island in the lower Firth of Clyde in western Scotland, is riding high after being selected as the best cycle hire shop in...

20 May 2024

People who cycle to work are less likely to be prescribed drugs to treat anxiety or depression than those who commute using different modes of transport, new research shows.

20 May 2024

The cycling industry may have experienced one of its most turbulent periods in recent history, but it still represents a great opportunity for investment, according to a report...

20 May 2024

The Sustrans Walking and Cycling Index, the biggest UK survey of walking, wheeling and cycling, found only 40% of residents on low incomes had access to a cycle. This compared to 59% in...

9 May 2024

John Lewis, the UK’s largest department store, will stock the UK’s leading e-bike brand, VOLT from today. The retailer will have four models from VOLT’s award-winning range of...

8 May 2024

Hundreds of independent bike shops around the country got involved with this year’s Local Bike Shop Day, according to organisers, the Association of Cycle Traders

8 May 2024

UK consumer confidence improved by two points in April, new data has shown, as optimism about personal finances for the coming year remained stable.

8 May 2024

More than 400 children and adults have cycled through Brighton and Hove to ask for the streets to be made safe for cycling with a network of separated cycle lanes.

7 May 2024

The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has criticised the UK government for a “shocking lack of progress in making streets more attractive for walking, wheeling and...

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ACT staff member releases music with band

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

Rebecca, staff member with the ACT has released an EP on the music platform Spotify, with popular local band Thee Derelique.

Some of Thee Derelique

Some of Thee Derelique outside Ian the bass players shop, Brighton Underground

Click here to listen to the EP on Spotify.

The five piece from Brighton have been together for just over a year and have already performed sell out gigs opening for Paul Cook from the Sex Pistols’ band The Professionals, as well as 80’s legends Spear of Destiny.

The band describe their music as New Wave Garage Punk and is comprised of the songs, See the Light, Happy Now and Feeling inside which inspired the EP’s title Don’t make any noise.

Thee Derelique performing

Thee Derelique performing at The Albert, Brighton - photo credit Peter Coventry

Click here to listen to the EP on Spotify.

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