In a rural area, some people have to drive their children to school. But in Ryedale’s towns and villages many families do live close enough to cycle to school. For many we need to make it safer for them to do so.
Open Scarborough is a North Yorkshire County Council programme funded by the Department for Transport to promote sustainable transport. The County Council was awarded just under £1 million to help people make informed travel choices for the journeys they make.
Duggleby, on the Yorkshire Wolds cycle route, now have a shelter. It was organised and funded by the Parish Council and built in 2018 by a local joiner. He was able to build a lovely shelter, within a limited budget. So it’s there for everyone to use. The shelter is at the crossroads on the north side of the village, at Cupid’s Alley.
Ryedale District Council is to host an environment forum, to give people a chance to work together on key green issues. The meeting takes place at 7pm on Wednesday 20 February, at Ryedale District Council’s offices in Malton.
The next Ryedale Cycle Forum will be held on Tuesday 12th February at 11am at Ryedale House, Ryedale District Council.
For anyone living within 15 miles of Kirkbymoorside Co-op Food store. Please vote on-line for our cycle track fundraising. https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes It is easy to join and dividends are shared between yourself and your project choice.
If you are further away, you can apply for your local co-op to support your local cycle track fundraising. Feel free to copy any details from the Kirkbymoorside appeal.