The next meeting will take place at 10.30am on Tuesday 20 February at Ryedale District Council, Malton. An agenda will be published in due course.
The Ryedale Cycle Forum will take place at 10.30am on Tuesday 28 November at Ryedale District Council, Malton. Anyone with an interest in cycling is welcome to attend.
Download the Ryedale Cycle Forum Agenda 28th November 2017.
Earlier this year Ryedale District Council invited Keith Gilks, a freelance cycling journalist to visit the area and explore the offer for road cycling and mountain biking. The article has been published on Cadence, a popular national cycling magazine.
The Ryedale Cycle Forum will take place at 10.30am on Tuesday 19 September at Ryedale District Council, Malton. Anyone with an interest in cycling is welcome to attend.
Download the Ryedale Cycle Forum Agenda 19th September 2017.
The A64 Growth Partnership is a partnership of local businesses, Councils and our Local Enterprise Partnership – working closely to secure the improvement of the A64 between York and the East Coast – to unlock transformational growth of the region and the UK economy.
The LEP are looking for business case studies that identify potential challenges to your operations and opportunities that could be unlocked by furthered investment in the improvement of the A64.
Although business orientated, local businesses who benefit from cycle tourism may wish to comment on making sure that any improvements make the A64 easier for cyclists and pedestrians to cross.
All case studies are welcome, to be used to support the A64 Growth Partnership’s communications. Please send your case study through to the following address: email@example.com
POLICE are urging bike owners to safeguard their cycles following a spate of thefts.
Over the past year Ryedale has seen an increase in the number of bikes being stolen with 14 reported incidents this year – 11 of which were in Malton and Norton.
PCSO Wynn is holding postcode security events at Malton Library on Saturday, June 3, July 29, September 2, October 7 and December 2, from 10am to 11am.