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Trees cut down along Millennium Path

The Lancaster Guardian has an article this week about the almost-1,000 trees which are being cut down for the flood defence works on the riverside path.  Below is a scan of the article. Advertisements

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Article in Lancaster Guardian about station cycle racks

Today’s Lancaster Guardian has an article about Virgin Trains’ removal of cycle lockers and proposed changes to cycle racks. Its focus is on the removal of the cycle lockers (which is probably now a lost cause) rather than the near-inaccessible design … Continue reading

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Lune flood works: article in this week’s Lancaster Guardian

This week’s Lancaster Guardian has a report on Monday’s Planning Committee meeting which approved the building of the Lune flood defence works.  You can read it in the paper or view a scan of it here.

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Dynamo letter on air quality

Dick’s letter on air quality appeared in this week’s Lancaster Guardian: Seventy-nine car parking spaces at St George’s Works on the quay have been given planning permission by Lancaster City Council as part of the package of new student accommodation, … Continue reading

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Dick’s cycle-commuting story in the Lancaster Guardian (last in the series?)

To round off this series (which started back in November), Dick – who has collected and edited them all – writes about his rides around Lancaster. He recalls the Cycling Demonstration Town years (ah! that was the time when the … Continue reading

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James’s cycle-commuting story in the Lancaster Guardian

In time-honoured fashion, James got a bicycle for his birthday – his 44th birthday, that is. His reintroduction veered between rediscovering the joy of cycling (this time with 27 gears rather than a measly 12) and the negative bits – like … Continue reading

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Louise’s cycle-commuting story in the Lancaster Guardian

Louise competes in triathlons but insists that she “pootles” along on her cycle-commute into work.  She sometimes puts more effort into her commute home to ride off the day’s stresses.  Her bugbear?  Ice.  Her favourite?  A strong tailwind home. You can … Continue reading

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