Monday, January 2, 2017

Acton Roundabout

We welcome 2017 with some good news. Two years ago the council installed a cycle path at the roundabout on Acton High Street and Steyne Road. People frequently parked their cars on it, blocking the path and making it unusable. Many cyclists complained, and for nearly two years, Ealing Cycling Campaign has lobbied the council to do something. In mid December, the council installed some bollards along the edge of the path. This should ensure that in future the path will be car-free.


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Sunday, October 23, 2016

Mini Holland

Ealing Council began work this month on the mini-Holland scheme to improve Ealing town centre. The aim is to improve the area, especially for pedestrians and cyclists, but they will also resurface the highway. The first phase includes the installation of segregated cycle paths along the Uxbridge Road at Ealing Common. The complete scheme will take three years. More Details
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Sunday, October 16, 2016

Advanced London by Bike


We are holding a free workshop / seminar this Thursday, 20 October as part of a TfL scheme to improve cycling in London. David Dansky from Cycle Training UK will run the session which will cover advanced riding skills, group riding skills, understanding London's new infrastructure, cycling ambassadors, and cycle myth busting. All invited, but please send an email to reserve your place.

The event takes place at 7pm, Thursday 20 October at Café Grove, The Grove W5 5LL. 







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Sunday, October 2, 2016

Annual General Meeting


This Wednesday, 5th October 2016, is our Annual General Meeting.

The meeting will be at our usual venue: Café Grove, 65 The Grove, Ealing W5 5LL. It starts at 7.30pm. The cafe serves food and drink.

All are welcome, but only members of LCC can vote. We're looking forward to seeing you there.
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Saturday, September 17, 2016

Eales Ride arrives

This afternoon - Saturday 17 September - all six Eales Riders pedalled into Amsterdam, completing a magnificent 4-day journey from London. So far the team have raised over £2,500 for London Cycling Campaign. Geraldine O'Grady, who only decided to take part two weeks before the ride, has raised over £300 for SJS Awareness UK, the charity for Stevens Johnson Syndrome, the disease that David died from. Congratulations to all the riders, and a big thank you from Ealing Cycling Campaign.
You can still donate via the team's charity site.
You can view tweets from the riders at #ealesride



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