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Runners-up of the CTC Volunteer Group of the Year – Stevenage and North Herts CTC

Stevenage and North Herts CTC accepting their Award
Stevenage and North Herts CTC organised more than 200 bike rides in 2012.

Hundreds of different people took part, helping to improve their health and well-being; see the local countryside; get some fresh air; and enjoy good company. Every ride has an accredited leader (at the front) and sweeper (at the back).  Often they are linked by radios. 

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Come Cycling Ledbury

Do you want to attract visitors to where you live - and for them to enjoy cycling while they're there? The Come Cycling initiative is the perfect opportunity.
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Come Cycling Ledbury!

Cycling communities throughout Britain are being invited to join the national Come Cycling scheme by setting up their own website, linked into the Come Cycling home page.

Come Cycling is a web-based cycle tourism initiative, launched in April 2011, which has been piloted in Ledbury, Herefordshire by the Ledbury Area Cycle Forum as Come Cycling Ledbury.

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Let CTC help your cycling group move up a gear!

Are you one of CTC’s valued volunteers and active within a local group? Would you like to share the secrets of your success with others? Would you like some help to resolve issues affecting your group?
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For the first time, CTC is using its AGM at Guisborough, North Yorkshire on Saturday 11 May 2013 as the chance to provide support to volunteers.  CTC Member Groups and Affiliated Clubs are invited to come along to a special networking event before the  AGM in the afternoon. 

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