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About lancasterdynamo

Dynamo is a cycling group, established in 1994, to work with official bodies, other cycling organisations and interested individuals to promote cycling as a safe, enjoyable and healthy means of transport.

Natty cycles the Way of the Roses

Last October Natty, aged 6, cycled the Way of the Roses.  Here he tells the tale in his own words. Once we went on a bicycle ride called the Way of the Roses.  It takes 4 days.  At the end … Continue reading

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Latest on Caton Road alternative cycle route

Work is certainly progressing on Caton Road: the posts in the middle of the pavement (see previous entry) have disappeared over the last week and the new toucan crossing near Lake Enterprise Park has flown in. It’s all happening very … Continue reading

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Caton Road alternative cycle route works

A quick look today at what work is being done on Caton Road so that cyclists do not have to use the carriageway while the Millennium Path is closed (which is scheduled to happen very soon). The new stretch of … Continue reading

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Canal Quarter consultation now open

Lancaster City Council has published its draft Strategic Regeneration Framework, which is the overview for the future development of the area between the canal, Bulk Street and St Leonard’s Gate.  Consultation is open until Monday 10 February, and there will … Continue reading

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Objection to planning application for 9 detached houses on green fields in Aldcliffe

Dynamo has objected to the planning application for 9 detached dwellings in the village of Aldcliffe – reference 19/01460 – as follows: Dynamo objects to this planning application on the grounds that: 1.   it does not offer a safe, … Continue reading

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Ask your election candidates to support cycling

(Apologies for not mentioning this earlier.) Cycling UK is asking all cyclists to contact their parliamentary candidates to see if they will support an increase in investment in cycling and walking to at least 5% of transport spending next year, … Continue reading

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Reporting road faults to Lancashire County Council

A reminder that you can report road faults – potholes, faded road markings, etc. – to Lancashire County Council’s Report It website.  It is easy to use, and you can upload up to 5 photographs.  Alternatively, you can telephone 0300 … Continue reading

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