It was third time lucky for our annual snowdrop ride. Thanks to storm Ciara on the 9th and storm Dennis on the 16th we missed visiting Lexham Hall gardens to admire their snowdrops. We finally made it to Bagthorpe Hall on the 23rd with a wet start and strongish gusting wind. Later the sun came out and we tail winded to the hall where soup, cake and coffee were first class. Sadly the snowdrops were past their best, global warming causing early flowering? Aim for the earlier choices next year.
Norfolk County Council is consulting on its transport plan until FRIDAY 28 FEB. Please go to Norfolk.citizenspace.com and fill out their survey and add whatever you can in support of cycling. The council has recently set a zero budget for building cycleways, it's about ten years since the last major West Norfolk cycleway was built and we really really need the lethal Bawsey bumps bypassing so please tell them what you think!
Do you know a business which could benefit from an electric cargo bike? Norfolk County Council would like them to send in details by FRIDAY 28 FEB at https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/major-projects-and-improvement-plans/norwich/city-centre-improvements/improvement-projects/future/ecargo-bike-fund
BUG T-shirts available now***
Exciting news! Our new KLWNBUG T-shirts are available to order by clicking on this link: https://veganplanetoutfit.com/product/klwnbug-t-shirt/
They are £19 each, with a £4 delivery charge for orders under £50. Once a month there is a free delivery weekend and there is one this weekend (Friday 28th Feb - Sunday 1st March).
The T-shirts are:
- made of organic cotton;
- suitable for vegans;
- made in a factory that uses renewable energy and is audited for social and sustainability criteria;
- sent in plastic-free packaging.
I hope everyone likes them!
MJ and Sarah are about to order theirs and once they arrive they'll wear/bring them to the next few rides in case anybody wants to have a look at them.