Lambeth Cyclists have been contacted by the Herne Hill Ward Safer Neighbourhood team at Brixton police station about the spate of bike thefts occurring at the station.The Police would like to raise awareness of security issues with commuters who leave their bikes at the station.We are liaising with the Police and will be participating in … Continue reading Herne Hill station – bike security initiative
On Thursday 4 May there are elections to Lambeth Borough Council. In preparation for these we will holding a local election question time on Tuesday 18 April to find out the views of the parties standing in Lambeth on cycling and sustainable transport issues in the borough. In particular we will be asking about cycle … Continue reading Find out the future of transport in Lambeth – local elections question time 2006
February’s architecture ride concentrated on London’s museums and galleries taking a look at the great buildings that grew up to house the nation’s treasures. We visited a mixture of the well known –the museums of South Kensington for example- and the more obscure before ending up for tea at the Imperial War Museum in Kennington.March’s … Continue reading Lambeth Cyclists Architecture rides March 2006
At the end of February Lambeth Cyclists supported parents and pupils of Reay Primary School in Stockwell to campaign against cyclists failing to stop at red lights. We joined with children from the school, local Police, Borough Councillors and MP Kate Hoey to highlight the issue which endangers school children and other pedestrians crossing the … Continue reading Lambeth Cyclists say stop at red
We have been contacted by concerned parents of children at Reay Primary School on Hackford Road, SW9 and asked for our help in stressing the importance of the need to always stop at red lights. The consequences for us as cyclists of not stopping at red lights are far reaching.In the autumn term of 2005 … Continue reading Cyclists condemned for ignoring red lights on Clapham Road
In January 2006 we met with representatives of Lambeth Police.The meeting was initiated by the Police and involved PC Nick Hedges, a member of the Clapham Town Ward Safer Neighbourhood Team and one of the Policemen on bikes you may have spotted cycling round the borough; and Jonathan Tottman, Detective Superintendent in charge of Crime … Continue reading Police liaison news: meeting January 2006
Pollard’s Hill Cyclists have arranged a fun day of cycling related activities on Saturday 11 February. Promising doctor bike sessions, cycle training, a cycle accessories sale, free food, Police advise on crime prevention and much more besides it should be a very enjoyable day out for all the family. The Mayor of London’s Road Safety … Continue reading Pollards Hill Cyclists say Love Yr Bike!