Lambeth’s Transport Strategy Consultation – Respond by Monday 17th Dec!

Lambeth Council is consulting on its draft Transport Strategy and LIP, the implementation plan (LCC guidance). This doesn’t just set out the borough’s spending plans on transport for the next three years but also their approach for the next 20 years. So we really need as many people as possible to use this moment to … Continue reading Lambeth’s Transport Strategy Consultation – Respond by Monday 17th Dec!

Segal and Span – Architecture Ride 20th October

Date: Sat 20th October 2018*Meet: 10.30am outside the cafe (north side) in the middle of Brockwell Park.Contact: Philip LoyMobile: 07577 293885 This ride will look at two 'pioneering' approaches to house building and design. Our first visit will be to Walter's Way near Honor Oak, a reprise of our visit last year. The houses here … Continue reading Segal and Span – Architecture Ride 20th October

Lambeth’s Circus and Music Halls – Architecture Ride 29 September

In the 250th year of Lambeth circus and the bicentenary of the Old Vic, discover the locations and hear tales of Astley’s Amphitheatre, the Canterbury Hall of Varieties and other local South London venues. More details here.Led by Charlie Holland for Lambeth Cyclists, the borough group of the London Cycling Campaign. The ride is free, but … Continue reading Lambeth’s Circus and Music Halls – Architecture Ride 29 September

New Lambeth Cyclists team elected

At our annual meeting, held on Tuesday 19 June, we elected a new management committee for Lambeth Cyclists.The 2018-19 Lambeth Cyclists management committee is:Joint Coordinators - Colin Penning and Simon StillTreasurer - Chris JamesSecretary - Charlie UllmanCommunications and campaigns - Henry HeathArchitecture rides coordinator - Mark KnoxOther committee members - Charlie Holland, Clare Neely, Paola … Continue reading New Lambeth Cyclists team elected

Theatrical architecture – come for a ride on Saturday 30 June

Join us as we explore the theatre capital of the world.London boasts a total of 241 professional theatres with more than 110,000 seats. Theatres form a key part of London’s international cultural prominence, together with making a huge economic impact on the capital.The buildings that house London’s theatres are architectural wonders, often taken for granted … Continue reading Theatrical architecture – come for a ride on Saturday 30 June

Council elections: demand space for cycling in your area

There are council elections on Thursday 3 May. Remember to vote on the day or to return your postal ballot if you have one.Which candidates do you think will do most to improve cycling safety, enable more people to ride, and take steps to improve air quality?At the last council elections we set out ‘asks’ for … Continue reading Council elections: demand space for cycling in your area