Leighton Linslade Town Council endorses Buzzcycles Cycle Strategy

At a meeting of the full Council on the 25th April Leighton Linslade Town Council unanimously endorsed the latest version of the Leighton Linslade Cycle Strategy produced by Buzzcycles. Leighton Buzzard and Linslade and compact towns with many places being within 15 minutes walking or cycling time.  The purpose of the strategy is to provideContinue reading “Leighton Linslade Town Council endorses Buzzcycles Cycle Strategy”

Tom’s Email to CBC Councillors

After a frustrating experience cycling on the road yesterday (second in as many weeks), I was very close to writing a snarky facebook post or tweet on my personal feed for my friends and family, vocalising my irritation*. Instead I managed to convince myself to use that energy to write an email to our CentralContinue reading “Tom’s Email to CBC Councillors”

News for May: Dr Bike and Railway Station Survey

Hello everyone, hope you’ve been enjoying the dry albeit a bit chilly bank holiday weekend. At least the rain that is forecast to start in a few hours upon writing this didn’t start on Monday instead! I managed to get in some miles with friends from LBRCC on Saturday morning on my road bike whichContinue reading “News for May: Dr Bike and Railway Station Survey”

Leighton Buzzard Town Council Partnership Meeting (4th February)

Hi everyone, time for a writeup on the Partnership meeting at the start of this month. As you may have noticed we went on as much of a media frenzy as we can muster leading up to this, as we were aware that the current format of Leighton Buzzard’s high street would be discussed. We’reContinue reading “Leighton Buzzard Town Council Partnership Meeting (4th February)”

The Town Council Partnership Meeting, and our High Street

Since June of 2020, Leighton Buzzard’s high street has been pedestrianised, described in the Leighton Buzzard Observer at its inception as an “experimental closure is part of an 18-month traffic order”. This was initially set up to maintain social distancing during a global pandemic, given the high street’s otherwise narrow pavements. While BuzzCycles maintains thatContinue reading “The Town Council Partnership Meeting, and our High Street”

Morrisons Cycle Barriers

I’ve always found these cycle barriers outside Morrisons to be terrible. In the past few years I’ve purchased a Larry Vs Harry Bullitt Cargo bike – many of you will have seen me with it when we’ve been running Dr Bike and other activities, such as the Climate Change meetings we had at All SaintsContinue reading “Morrisons Cycle Barriers”

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