Monthly Archive: January 2013

Going public on health

Did you know that our patron is Prof Stephen Singleton? He has been backing the campaign since our early days: “Cycling could transform Tyneside. If cycling was a tablet or a medical intervention it would be a best buy for…
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Hosting: CEoGB AGM

Further details will be confirmed as they become available. Crossroads! Where do we go from here? The Cycling Embassy of Great Britain is inviting all of its members, and those interested in first class cycling provision in the UK, to…
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Quarterly members meeting

A meeting for all members to come along, meet and chat. Please note our winter city centre venue: Commercial Building House on Pilgrim Street, kind of opposite the Tyneside Cinema 4th floor, meeting room 4, easy to remember! You just…
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Quarterly members meeting

A meeting for all members to come along, meet and chat. Speakers: Katja Leyendecker and Scott Dawson (Newcastle Cycling Campaign) Topic: Cycling infrastructure and political engagement Katja Leyendecker from Katsdekker Get ready for some fun and interaction with the Bollard…
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Quarterly members meeting

A meeting for all members to come along, meet and chat. Update: As Katja Leyendecker could not make it; she will give an update on Newcastle SCRs “how to move the shakers” at the September meeting. Claire Prospert gave an…
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Skidding! Walker goes Biking

Leading on from our rather positive article “Walker goes biking” – it now seems that your help is urgently needed, as heavy opposition is mounting against new cycle lanes proposed for the strategic cycle route in Walker, Newcastle. Not only…
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