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12 May 2022

Local Bike Shop Day 2022 was a great success across the UK, with online platforms thriving as well as a surge in the physical footfall seen in-stores!

12 May 2022

We Can, You Can is a celebration of the many faces of cycling. The way we move is changing. And the people leading the change are like me and you. We can, you can.

10 May 2022

The speech sets out the government’s agenda for the upcoming Parliament, outlining proposed policies and legislation. An overview of the main announcements relevant to independent shops is...

28 Apr 2022

To celebrate Local Bike Shop Day on Saturday 30 April, BetterPoints are offering QUINTUPLE points and the chance to win a £55 bike service by choosing to travel on two...

26 Apr 2022

Wheels for Wellbeing is a Disabled people’s cycling organisation who campaign for equal access to cycling...

26 Apr 2022

The annual celebration of bike shops across the nation is fast approaching! Be sure to pop down to your local bike shop this Saturday to get a taste of the passion, knowledge and personalised...

21 Apr 2022

Participate in the Independent Retailers Confederation (IRC)'s National Living Wage Survey to provide us with an accurate...

21 Apr 2022

On Local Bike Shop Day 4 lucky customers that purchase a bike through Cyclescheme will be awarded a £250 cycling voucher for the store they collect the bike from! In addition to offering a...

21 Apr 2022

Cytech are attending the Cycle Show and will be demonstrating key practices in bike maintenance that are useful for both the trade and public. Alongside the show we're offering...

21 Apr 2022

The Scottish Government retail division are looking for input with regards to the recent adaptations in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Register now for upcoming APPGCW meeting with Chris Boardman and Brian Deegan from 'Active Travel England'

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News , Political News

The All Party Parliamentary Group for Cycling & Walking (APPGCW) have an upcoming meeting taking place virtually on Monday the 28th of February at 4.30pm.

The APPGCW are delighted to confirm that their guest speaker will be Chris Boardman, who was recently appointed head of the new cycling and walking body in England - Active Travel England (ATE).

Chris will talk to us about his vision for the role, and some of the responsibilities that ATE will have. We will also be hearing from Brian Deegan, who joins Chris as ATE as Interim Head of Inspection.

 

Register to attend

All ACT members are invited to join in on the APPGCW meetings to learn more about each issue. Please contact the ACT if you would like to join in on the above meeting and we will pass along the details.

For all APPGCW Parliamentary Monitoring updates visit out website here.

 

Dates for your diary:

The following meeting will take place on Monday 21st March, when the APPGCW will be looking at the plans for the HS2 Cycleway with two DfT Ministers - Trudy Harrison and Andrew Stephenson. More details to follow.

In the coming months, the APPGCW are planning a Study Visit to Waltham Forest, the return of the Parliamentary Bike Ride and a meeting with the Road Safety Minister, Baroness Vere.

All APPGCW Parliamentary monitoring for can be found here.


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