Chesterfield Cycle Campaign promotes cycle use in Chesterfield for both leisure and utility journeys. By campaigning for a comprehensive network, we aim to improve conditions for cyclists so that cycling becomes a safer and more attractive option than car travel for local journeys.
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Support Space for Cycling by joining the local ride in Sheffield on Saturday 25th April.
The ride will be approx 6km in length and Cycle Sheffield volunteer marshals will ensure the group stays together and that the pace is suitable for even the youngest of riders.
Saturday 25th April 2015
10.30-11am - Assemble in Barkers Pool
11am - start
12.30pm - Approximate finish time at Town Hall steps
Barkers Pool, Sheffield
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Notices have been posted on the Queen's Park bridge to say work will start on March 16th to raise/replace the railings which should finally allow cycling over the bridge. Please note the bridge will be closed whilst the work is completed.
The Spring newsletter just back from the printers. Will go out to delivery reps later this week.
Our meeting will be on Tuesday 10th February at 7.30pm upstairs in meeting room 1 in the Market Hall. Agenda and minutes from previous meeting available from the menu on the left.
The January Campaign meeting will be held on Tuesday 13th January at 7.30pm. Meeting room 2 upstairs in the Market Hall.
Agenda and minutes of previous meeting available via the menu on the left.
The new section of the Stonegravels way, parallel with Infirmary Road is now open. It joins up with the existing cycle path at the bottom of Hazlehurst Lane at one end, and the link up to Brewery Street at the other. There is a branch off to Wharf Lane about half way along.
The latest section of the Stonegravels Way avoiding Infirmary Road is almost ready (it should have opened by now).
Across the Inkerman Park in Ashgate the Friends group obtained a grant to get the path rebuilt and a new section added across to Brampton Manor.
Members of the committee met with representatives from Derbyshire County Council, Chesterfield Borough Council, North East Derbyshire District Council and Sustrans yesterday in the first of a series of meeting to discuss the recent award of £750,000 by D2N2 for walking and cycling connectivity.
Routes to be looked at for future funding will be north of Chesterfield to Clay Cross, links to MEGZ development off M1 jnc 29A, links to Chesterfield hospital and the Chatsworth Road corridor.
Our usual Christmas social will be held on Tuesday 9th December at the Crispin on Ashgate Road. Meet from 7.30pm, the Brampton Community Band will be playing and there will be a buffet - donations welcome.