CTC local campaigner gets a newspaper on-side

What should you do if your local newspaper publishes an anti-cycling article?
Cycling in Guildford

Terry Duckmanton became a CTC local campaigner for Guildford in 2005 because he wanted to positively change attitudes towards cycling.

Terry was contacted by Laura Brooks, CTC Volunteer Support Officer, because  a local reporter was planning to write a piece on cycling for the local paper, the Surrey Advertiser. The paper wanted a quote from a local CTC representative.

The Horndean to Havant Cycle Route

How did CTC campaigners in Hampshire work together to create a new cycle route between Horndean and Havant town centre?
Horndean to Havant Cycle Route

Local CTC campaigner Mike Ashton explains how a number of dedicated CTC campaigners in Hampshire, local authority officers and cyclists successfully worked together to introduce a new cycle route between Horndean and Havant town centre.

A new cycle route was built between Horndean and Havant town centre following a campaign that started in 2003. The purpose of this paper is to outline the stages and describe the process followed.

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