Some of the more recent items from our  news archive

London Fields, why we support Option 1

The Hackney Cycling Campaign fully supports option 1 in response to Hackney Councils consultation of trialling a new road scheme in London Fields and Haggerston wards. We would encourage members that support further traffic reduction … Continue reading London Fields, why we support Option 1

Hackney Cycling Campaign rejects new Stamford Hill Junction re-design

Hackney Cycling Campaign response to the proposed changes to A10 Stamford Hill and Clapton Common junction Summary ·       This junction sees tens of thousands of motor vehicles daily, including hundreds of HGVs and the junction … Continue reading Hackney Cycling Campaign rejects new Stamford Hill Junction re-design

Hackney Cycling Campaign calls for protected space on Seven Sisters Road

Hackney Cycling Campaign Response to the ideas for the Reconfiguration of Seven Sisters Road Summary  The Hackney Cycling Campaign overwhelmingly supports Idea 5 – Segregated Cycle Lanes, which provides dedicated space, segregated from motor vehicles … Continue reading Hackney Cycling Campaign calls for protected space on Seven Sisters Road

Seven Sisters Road consultation drop-in sessions

As part of the current consultation about Seven Sisters Road, from Green Lanes to the west and Amhurst Park to the east, you’re invited to come to a drop-in session to find out more about … Continue reading Seven Sisters Road consultation drop-in sessions

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“The Big Fix”

The Big Fix was billed as “Hackney’s first festival of fixing”: many of Hackney’s best fixers were there helping people to fix their stuff and save it from landfill or recycling. Our own Hackney Bike Workshop were there, … Continue reading “The Big Fix”

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Murals Ride (Part 2)

Murals Ride (Part 2) took us to North London’s murals. Thanks again to Siobhan for a great journey past a collection of the more and less well known murals of the area.

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Murals Ride (Part 1)

Thanks to Siobhan Blackshaw for a wonderful ride around some of South and East London’s best known murals. Part 2 to follow soon.

CS1 SuperQuietway: work starts

Roadworks have started in the south of the borough as part of ‘CS1’, the upgrade to London Cycle Network route 10. Pitfield Street comes first, with the southern section closed to all but pedestrians and … Continue reading CS1 SuperQuietway: work starts

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Adieu Katy Andrews, woman of the Lower Lea

Family, friends and comrades, including many members of cycling advocacy groups from both sides of the River Lea, gathered today for the funeral of Katy Andrews, the determined and widely admired campaigner for the environment … Continue reading Adieu Katy Andrews, woman of the Lower Lea

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Hundreds more residents to get secure on-street cycle parking

Approval has been given for another 51 covered secure cycle parking hangars to be installed on our borough’s streets, to add to the 25 which are already in place on the public highway and the … Continue reading Hundreds more residents to get secure on-street cycle parking

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Consultation opens on Cycle ‘Super Quietway’ 1

Transport for London has opened a public consultation on its plans to upgrade the existing London Cycle Network ‘Plus’ Route 10, which is meant to run from the City of London to Tottenham. The route … Continue reading Consultation opens on Cycle ‘Super Quietway’ 1

Vigil and fundraiser for Akis Kollaros

6th February: Vigil and fundraiser for Akis Kollaros A vigil and ‘die-in’ for Akis Kollaros will take place this coming Monday 9th February at 6pm for 6:30pm, at the junction of Homerton High Street and … Continue reading Vigil and fundraiser for Akis Kollaros

Lorry kills man in Homerton High Street

Akis Kollaros, a member of the London Dynamo cycling club, was killed by a lorry in Homerton High Street tonight. Coverage of the incident is in the Evening Standard and the Hackney Gazette. It is … Continue reading Lorry kills man in Homerton High Street

Lorry kills woman on Seven Sisters Road

This morning, cycling physiotherapist Stephanie Turner was fatally injured by a lorry near the junction of Seven Sisters Road and Amhurst Park in the north of our borough, and died at the scene. The tragic … Continue reading Lorry kills woman on Seven Sisters Road

TfL’s consultation on the Old Street/City Road junction closes today

The London Cycling Campaign says that the plans don’t deliver for walking and cycling.  

Events

Date/Time Event
11/05/2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Hackney Bike Workshop
Round Chapel Old School Rooms, LONDON
17/05/2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Hackney Bike Workshop
Hackney City Farm, LONDON
01/06/2016
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Meeting
St Chad’s Church Hall, London
07/06/2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Hackney Bike Workshop
Hackney City Farm, LONDON
08/06/2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Hackney Bike Workshop
Round Chapel Old School Rooms, LONDON
21/06/2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Hackney Bike Workshop
Hackney City Farm, LONDON

Browse all our events, and do make a point to come to our regular monthly meeting on the first Wednesday of every month at 7:30pm.

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