January 24, 2022
  • 9:40 pm Code Red. Choose Cycling
  • 6:15 pm Open Letter to Cllr Muhammed Butt, Leader of Brent Council
  • 7:49 pm 5 Elections 2022 Asks
  • 7:30 pm Books make great gifts
  • 9:06 pm FREE Cycling Activities in Brent
  • 9:34 pm North End Road Junction in Wembley fails people walking and cycling
Choose Cycling | Brent Cycling Campaign

“The frequency and intensity of hot extremes, including marine heatwaves, have increased in recent decades and are projected to keep increasing regardless of the greenhouse gas emissions scenario. Critical thresholds relevant for ecosystems and humans are projected to be exceeded for global warming of 2°C and higher (high confidence).” Sixth Assessment Report, Working Group I […]

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Cabinet Meeting January | Brent Cycling Campaign

Open letter to the Council Leader, Cllr Butt ahead of the council recommending the removal of LTNs.

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Elections 2022 Asks | Brent Cycling Campaign

Here are our asks for the local elections due to take place in May 2022. We are sending them to the main parties. Make sure you also ask candidates to implement these measures. Successful candidates will have the most important mandates of all given the climate emergency. We want to see actions rather than words […]

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Revolutions | Brent Cycling Campaign

There have been some really good books about cycling recently so we thought we would list some of our favourites as they would make an excellent gift for that special cyclist in your life. Bike Nation ISBN: 9781911214946. Published by Yellow Jersey, 2017 Guardian news correspondent, Peter Walker, takes us on a journey around the world, exploring […]

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Schoolrun | Brent Cycling Campaign

Are you thinking of cycling more? You are spoiled for choice! A few groups have recently started offering some exciting activities in Brent with opportunities to give cycling a try, whatever your age or stage in life! In addition to our own rides, regularly listed on our Eventbrite page and Cycle Buddies scheme, here’s a […]

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Brent Council has created a new dangerous junction in Wembley Park. The new junction, joining Bridge Road with North End Road aims to provide “better links and traffic flow” according to Cllr Krupa Sheth, Brent Council’s cabinet member for the environment. Instead, the new junction, planned since 2009, shows Brent Council’s complete disregard for pedestrian […]

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Consultation drawing | Brent Cycling Campaign

This is the response from Brent Cycling Campaign (first posted on 24 May 2021, to the above consultation (this section of the council’s website has been transferred to this new platform and there is no longer access to previous consultations…). However, the council is consulting again and this is the new link. [22/09/2021 – UPDATE: […]

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AGM 2021 \ Brent Cycling Campaign

Our 2021 AGM was the opportunity to ask Cllrs Tatler and Cllr Butt some questions over the various measures currently implemented across Brent, including Brent Healthy Neighbourhoods (BHN), School Streets and pop-up cycle lane. If you couldn’t attend here’s the Coordinator’s annual report below and an account of what was discussed, further down. Cllr Tatler […]

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Brent Cycling Campaign Stall | Brent Cycling Campaign

On Saturday 24th July the Sudbury Court Residents Association (SCRA) held a post lockdown party at St Cuthbert’s Church, North Wembley. The SCRA represents about 2800 households in the Sudbury Court and Pebworth Estates in Brent, and they kindly invited Brent Cycling Campaign to have a stall at this community event. Being the first such […]

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Brent Healthy Neighbourhoods | Brent Cycling Campaign

One year ago, the government set out a determined Active Travel agenda which mandated local authorities all over the country to make space for measures to support walking and cycling. One year on, the Department for Transport reiterated its resolute to continue with those measures and provided further guidance to local authorities. For instance, the […]

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