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Annual Dinner 2020

Our Annual Dinner will take place in Linthwaite on 21st Feb 2020. Read more...

 

Rides Calendar

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Recent News

  • Kirklees Cycling Campaign Newsletter #37 – February 2020

    The Dewsbury Blueprint:   The Dewsbury Blueprint was officially launched to great acclaim on Wednesday 5th February. However, for many, it’s not so much what is in the Blueprint, but what is missing. With the widespread concerns about the Climate Emergency and Public Health where are the Council’s plans to …
  • Kirklees Cycling Campaign Newsletter #36 January 2020

    Transforming Cities Fund:   Just before Christmas West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) made a bid for £60M from the DfT’s Transforming Cities Fund which aims to improve conditions for Cycling and Walking.   All the WYCA authorities, including Kirklees, were asked to give details of their proposals to the team …
  • Annual Dinner 2020

    Friday 21st February 2019, 7.30pm Broad Oak Bowling Club Linthwaite Huddersfield HD7 5TE The 2020 awards evening will be held again at the Broad Oak Bowling Club. I do hope you can join us for the dinner and presentation of awards. Please try and bring something for the raffle, cycling …
  • Kirklees Cycling Campaign – An Open Letter to Karl Battersby

    Dear Karl, Thank you for speaking recently to the Huddersfield Civic Society where you made an excellent presentation on Kirklees plans for a “Huddersfield Blueprint” On behalf of the Kirklees Cycling Campaign I would like to congratulate you on providing the drive and vision for this project. You have made …
  • Kirklees Cycling Campaign #33 – Sept 19

    Hello everyone and welcome to the latest newsletter from Kirklees Cycling Campaign. Investment and statistics seem to be the themes running through this edition. John Lewis – Chair KCC     Utrecht Railway Station:   A couple of years ago the New Mill Choir cycling buddies made a trip to …