We are delighted to announce that we have secured Bikeability funding until 2020. In this 3 and a half year funding package we have the opportunity to teach the full progressive Bikeability training programme; starting Level 1 in Year 4, Level 2 in Year 5/6 and Level 3 in secondary school. In 2017 we will also be starting a bike recycling programme to ensure that all children have access to a bike, along with running Bikeability fun days and Bikeability promotional events.
Huge thanks to Carterton Community College who have secured the funding from the Youth Sports Trust.
We’ll be at the Witney Carnival this Saturday 9th July running a build-a-bike session throughout the day – build part of the bike and get a free raffle ticket to win the finished bike.
We’ll also be running a Dr Bike session so bring your own bike along for a free check-up.
And Witney Mountain Bike Club will be joining us too.
With funding from Cottsway Housing Association’s Well Community Fund we have been able to extend our Bikeability training. Since February we have trained 49 children from both Year 5 and Year 6 in Bikeability Levels 1 and 2. Continue reading
From Mike Burrows’ 8 Freight website
Woolgate Clocktower on Saturday 18th June 10am – 2pm
Come along, get a free bike check and find out about our new bike project.
Don’t be shy – a broken bike can happen to anyone.
Thanks to a grant from Cottsway Housing association we can offer 10 free 1 hour cycling lessons for adults. We can help you to gain confidence on your bike, plan and practice a cycle route into town, or help you set up a leisure ride. Please get in touch to book your lesson – its first come first served!