May 8th ride deferred to May 9th

Dear Bugsters,  Stop Press announcement follows: The ride scheduled for Saturday 8th May is deferred until Sunday 9th May. The reason for this is that Saturday’s forecast is heavy rain and feels like temperature 3 to 4 degrees, whereas Sunday should be dry, with temperatures 12 to 14 degrees!! I hope that you will be ...

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May 2021 Bulletin

Back on the bikes!  You can now ride in groups of up to six and the official government covid travel advice includes "If you need to travel, walk or cycle where possible" and "stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with".  I hope to see you out there! Vote Bike: Please get ...

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Vote Bike 2021

On 6 May 2021, you can vote in local and regional elections. Please Vote Bike. And if you have had any leaflets from candidates, please contact them to ask if they support cycling. Here are some suggested questions for county council candidates (if you're not near King's Lynn, change the town name!): Will you support ...

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April BUG Bulletin

Back on the bikes!  You can now ride in groups of up to six and the official government covid travel advice includes "If you need to travel, walk or cycle where possible" and "stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with".  I hope to see you out there! Please Write Now! A ...

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Gaywood Parkway Park: Decision Deferred

The borough council planning committee meeting to consider the Gaywood Parkway Park development has deferred the decision indefinitely, due to the late publication of the officer report. At the time of writing, I am not sure if this is the first of the objections KLWNBUG raised in our recent response to the report, or another ...

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Closes Sun 14 March: NCR1 / Gaywood Road Crossing

There is a consultation currently running about proposed changes to where National Cycle Route 1 Sandringham Railway Path crosses Gaywood Road near Strikes and KES until Sunday 14th March. Here is an excerpt of the proposed design: Initial comments from this month's online meeting were that: we welcome the possible increased capacity from a wider ...

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