Lambeth Council press release announcing Southbank campaign

Lambeth Council press release - see pdf version on Lambeth website28 March 2011Awareness sessions urge considerate use of the South Bank areaA new campaign is being launched this week in the South Bank area to encourage cyclists, pedestrians and drivers to be more aware of other road users.Members of cycling campaign group Lambeth Cyclists will … Continue reading Lambeth Council press release announcing Southbank campaign

New set of Lambeth Cyclists cycle maintenance classes starts 3 May 2011

We are continuing to run our popular, fun and friendly bike maintenance classes this spring with a new set starting in May. The courses run over five weeks, one evening a week and will enable you to keep your bike in good condition covering general maintenance, brakes, gears and wheels as well as addressing any … Continue reading New set of Lambeth Cyclists cycle maintenance classes starts 3 May 2011

Lambeth Cyclists Annual Meeting 19 April 2011

On Tuesday 19 April we will be holding our annual meeting at 7:30pm onwards upstairs at the Priory Arms, Landowne Way, SW8. At this meeting we will be reviewing the successful year and electing a new management committee for 2011/2012. This is your chance to find out more and perhaps get involved in Lambeth Cyclists … Continue reading Lambeth Cyclists Annual Meeting 19 April 2011

Nigel Haselden promoted to Lambeth Cabinet

Lambeth’s Deputy Cabinet Member for Sustainability and Transport, member, and old friend of Lambeth Cyclists Nigel Haselden is due to be promoted to the role of Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Planning at the Council’s annual meeting in April after five years in the transport role.We thank Nigel for his work over the past five … Continue reading Nigel Haselden promoted to Lambeth Cabinet

New set of cycle maintenance classes starts 3 May 2011

We are continuing to run our popular, fun and friendly bike maintenance classes this spring with a new set starting in May. The courses run over five weeks, one evening a week and will enable you to keep your bike in good condition covering general maintenance, brakes, gears and wheels as well as addressing any … Continue reading New set of cycle maintenance classes starts 3 May 2011

Lambeth announce Southbank U cycling turn: considerate cycling welcomed

Following protests from Lambeth Cyclists and others from across Lambeth and London Lambeth Council has removed the signs that apparently banned cycling on the Southbank of the Thames between Albert Embankment and Gabriels Wharf. The new signs, as pictured  state “Pedestrian Priority Considerate Cycling Welcomed” – what we suggested as appropriate all along.As outlined previously … Continue reading Lambeth announce Southbank U cycling turn: considerate cycling welcomed