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First of all happy new year! Our new years resolution is to restart our monthly newsletter so that we can keep everyone informed of all our upcoming activities, campaigns, and opportunities to get involved.
As the new group coordinator, I hope to meet you at one of our upcoming meetings or events.
LCC Winter Social
Want to meet cycle campaigners from all over London? Come to the second LCC local group social on Tuesday, January 14th at Look Mum No Hands, at 6pm.
If you’re curious about getting involved in our local group then this is a great opportunity to meet volunteers from Southwark.
Guest Speaker Will Norman at our February Meeting
London’s Walking and Cycling Commissioner, Will Norman, will be joining us at our next meeting on Wednesday, February 12th at 7:30pm – save the date! The event will be at a different venue from our usual location, yet to be determined.
Dunwich Dynamo tickets on sale
Coach tickets for the annual Dunwich Dynamo ride are now on sale. The overnight 200km ride from London to Dunwich is an experience not to be missed.
For over 20 years now Southwark Cyclists has been bringing riders and their bikes back to London but you’d better be quick if you want to book your ticket as they normally sell out well in advance.
Walworth Repair Event
Our professional mechanic will be at the Walworth Living Room on Wednesday, January 29th from 12 to 2:30pm, ready to fix your bike. This is a special general fix it event, you can also bring anything else that needs repairs such as your hoover or toaster.
We’re also at Camberwell Leisure Centre every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 6:30pm to 8:30pm doing bike repairs only.
Thank you, Andy
And finally, Andy Cawdell, our group coordinator for the past 6 years, stepped down at our annual general meeting in November. Before leaving he also received a special award for his outstanding contributions to cycle campaigning at the London Cycling Campaign AGM. We thank Andy for all his work.
Thanks for reading.