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KCC Newsletter #26 – March 2019

Halifax to Huddersfield – A629 Phase 4 Consultation The concept of Quietways was developed in the Netherlands and has inspired similar routes to being developed in London. They use a mixture of existing quiet streets, parks, and off-road tracks, to make cycle routes that are comfortable and less intimidating for […]


KCC – Newsletter #24 – December 2018

Hello Everybody, and welcome to Newsletter No 24 from Kirklees Cycling Cam-paign. John Lewis – Chair KCC ………………………………………………………… Cooper Bridge: If there is one thing that all local cyclists and would-be cyclists can agree about, it is the need to have a good cycle route be-tween Cooper Bridge and Brighouse. […]


Annual Dinner 2019

Friday 15th February 2019, 7.30pm Broad Oak Bowling Club Linthwaite Huddersfield HD7 5TE The 2019 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 […]


KCC Newsletter #23 – November 2018

Hello Everybody, Welcome to Newsletter No 23 from Kirklees Cycling Campaign   As always, lots going on planning for the future. Here’s a selection: John Lewis (chair KCC)     LCWIPS: The DFT recently required all local authorities in the UK to design a Local Cycling and Walking Plan (LCWIP) […]


KCC Newsletter #22 – October 2018

Hello everyone and welcome to some local cycling news and views  – John Lewis Chair   Huddersfield Narrow Canal: Good News! It is now possible to ride traffic free on a surfaced route between Chapel Hill and Tanyard Road/Factory Lane at Milnsbridge. Whilst waiting for the final completion of the […]


KCC Newsletter #21 – August 2018

Kirklees Cycling Campaign   kirkleescyclingcampaign.wordpress.com   Newsletter  Number 21 – August  2018   Hello and welcome to Kirklees Cycling Campaign Newsletter No.21. This edition is devoted to plans for cycling in the area around the A629.   John Lewis – KCC chair   Back in the early 1970’s – around […]


KCC Newsletter #18 – May 2018

Department for Transport’s review of Cycle Safety As part of its Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy (CWIS) the DFT is currently making a major comprehensive review into Cycle Safety. We await to see whether it materialises into important legislation, but it has the potential to completely change the culture of […]


Space For Cycling

We want our political leaders to make cycling a safer and attractive option for everyone in Kirklees. Provision for cycling should be universal, providing a safe, convenient and enjoyable transport choice for people of all ages and abilities, for their everyday journeys. What does it mean? Some examples: Segregated routes […]