NHS Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Southwark Council have consulted on a draft strategy for mental health and wellbeing.
We’ve written a response about why cycling is good for your mental wellbeing, and how it can specifically enrich the lives of people living with mental illness.
Want better for Camberwell Green than painted lines and conflict with buses and lorries?
Respond TODAY, Sunday 3rd September, to TfL’s interim proposals, and let them know they are not good enough.
As Southwark Cyclists we extend our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Mrs Briggs, whom this court case sadly remembers.
Nothing that is said here is intended to diminish the seriousness with which we must all take every death …
TfL are consulting on plans for an interim proposal to “improve” safety at Camberwell Green junction.
Southwark Cyclists disagree that these plans will improve safety for cyclists or pedestrians, and as such we oppose them.
A group of hardy cyclists set out on a warm afternoon to assess what shall become a new Quietway (code named: Abbey St. Quietway). There are many challenges with this route; however there’s also a great deal of potential …
The other week, some of us rode from Peckham Rye to Dulwich along the proposed new Quietway route with Clement Agyei-Frempong and Joanna Lesak from Southwark Council. This gave us a chance to review it in person, and to hear what the …