Tag: Leeds Cycling Campaign

Ed’s amongst Leeds Cycling Campaign award winners

Leeds Cycling Campaign has revealed its much-anticipated cycling awards for 2021 and South Leeds Life contributor and board member Ed Carlisle is amongst the winners. The awards highlight and celebrate actions that are making a significant contribution to promoting cycling in Leeds. They help to foster an environment in which

Alistair Brownlee backs Stourton bridge campaign

Olympic star, Alistair Brownlee MBE, has leant his support to the campaign (previously reported here) to make major Leeds and regional cycling and walking route accessible to all. Leeds Cycling Campaign has released a new film highlighting the need for urgent action to provide safe access for cyclists, runners and

Campaign to make Skelton Grange bridge accessible

Leeds Cycling Campaign is championing a campaign to make the path along the Aire & Calder Navigation easier to negotiate by replacing the footbridge crossing at Skelton Grange Road. You can help by signing their petition. The path between Hunslet and Woodlesford is popular with walkers, runners and cyclists. But

South Leeds Roundup: Bulbs, beers and bikes

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week in Belle Isle where Children from Windmill Primary turned out to help Belle Isle & Middleton in Bloom plant spring bulbs in the West Granges. There’s a

South Leeds Roundup: Santa Specials, cycling and sausage casserole

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, so we start this week down at Middleton Railway are starting their Santa Specials on Saturday (6 December). Full details are on the

South Leeds Roundup: Cemeteries, cycling and sponsorship

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. We start this week with Park Fisheries on Beeston Road, who you’ll recall won a Yorkshire In Bloom award last year. We read on the Friends of Holbeck Cemetery blog that they have