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Catriona Swanson 17 Dec 18
This is great but I wish kids could just walk and cycle to school and play out with mates so they don’t need to β€œexercise”. We need to civilise the school run and our streets
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Prestwich Pootler 🐧 17 Dec 18
New blog post: On the birth of a new movement for walking and cycling in Greater Manchester – and an interview with Chris Boardman. Cc.
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Joe Stafford πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Jul 22
More fame for - this time in The Torygraph! Bit surprised they included my reference to austerity - I sensed it was just an opportunity for them to bash local councils!
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Alan Manning 4 Dec 18
Very successful walking and cycling launch event tonight, with a very good turn out from Ramblers, now to get stuck into campaign to help make GM a great place to walk and cycle in - and to breath clean air and get around more efficiently! ,,
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Dom Mar 14
Still waiting for drainage issues to be resolved on the . Was told this would looked at this over a year ago and still nothing. One of the best active travel routes and it's made inaccessible for many by a bit of rain
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Walk Ride Heatons Apr 14
It's time to announce our public meetings! Sat 27 April 11.30am – St John’s Hall, St John’s Rd Wed 8 May 7pm – Heaton Norris Community Centre Thu 9 May 6.30pm – Feed, Manchester Rd Wed 15 May 7pm – The Moortop, Heaton Moor Rd
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Living Streets 11 Jan 19
An ambitious plan for a to walking & cycling route are now under consultation - and we are calling for locals to back it πŸ™‚πŸšΆπŸΎβ€β™€οΈπŸš΄πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈπŸšΆπŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ Find out more here:
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Nadia Kerr Feb 12
outs herself as a woman with childlike ambitions - massive creative ideas and no fear. Just get stuck in.
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Love Your Bike Feb 10
Walk Ride Greater Manchester - February meeting (6.30pm, Tues 12 Feb) See for details and to book your place.
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Matthew Nevin May 9
Marmalade Lane co-housing sounds too good to be true, but it should be what all developments strive for: no cars, people centred and designed around the residents healthiest interests. This allows a community to coalesce and thrive.
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Deb Dec 3
And the junction which changes to green for Sam ;-)
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Nadia Kerr Feb 12
. appears 3 times ....but there is no congestion reported in the cycle lanes according to and guess what? are correct....
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Stella πŸš²πŸ›΄ Jan 26
Drop in next week in Sale. Tell us where you want to be able to walk & cycle safely - for shopping, work, visiting friends, gym, library etc etc.
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WalkRideWythy Apr 14
we've just launched our twitter and facebook accounts more activity to follow!
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WalkRideAlty Oct 31
More lanes disappearing from . Misfortune or carelessness? Whatever, this needs to STOPπŸ›‘. Our attempts at a are going backwards. Thanks to and . 🚲
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Manchester Bike Hire Jun 20
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Nick Chamberlin 13 Jan 19
Replying to @letsrideuk
Together we can
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Deb Sep 15
Great to see lots of young people on bikes because the roads are closed. Shame that they can't feel this safe ask the time.
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Owler Nook Apr 30
The campaign to get the Crown Point improvements to reach Russell Scott Primary School begins here.
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Joe Stafford πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Jun 28
The wonderful guys at sent me one of their fantastic bike light/alarms to do a short review video about, but with work/house move/general stress, I've just not had the time. Would any fellow Twitter cyclists fancy having it instead?
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