Lambeth Cyclists architecture ride report: 22 May 2010 In glorious technicolor, or, the architectural kaleidoscope

No building is literally colourless - but some buildings are more colourful than others, and just occasionally a building's coloration becomes central to its architectural identity.This tour ran through the full psychedelic spectrum from the muted and monochrome to the vibrant and rainbow-hued, looking at a range of structures in which architects both ancient and … Continue reading Lambeth Cyclists architecture ride report: 22 May 2010 In glorious technicolor, or, the architectural kaleidoscope

Lambeth Cyclists architecture ride report: 15 May 2010 rock ‘n roll ride

A Lambeth Cyclists rock and roll extravaganza!This ride looked at buildings and places in London with some famous and not-so-famous connections with the music legends of our time.The ride looked at musical connections locally in Lambeth, then headed for Central London via Battersea Park, Chelsea, Camden and Hampstead Heath. We then went due south to … Continue reading Lambeth Cyclists architecture ride report: 15 May 2010 rock ‘n roll ride

Lambeth election 2010: candidates agree on cycling policy

At a packed Lambeth Council sustainable transport hustings held in April representatives of the Conservative, Green, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties debated cycling and related measures in Lambeth. A large degree of consensus emerged with all parties generally signing up to measures contained in the Lambeth Cyclists’ manifesto (available on the website). All parties agreed … Continue reading Lambeth election 2010: candidates agree on cycling policy