“New cycle lanes must be created with full regard to pedestrians with sight loss or other mobility issues.”
David McKevitt (54) and Connor Dawson (21) will set off on their mammoth nine-day bike ride on Saturday, 25 April
The Scottish Government has put an extra £700,000 into a loan scheme to encourage more people to purchase and use an eBike.
Pics of the delivery of the new bike shed for Stromness Nursery.
Grants available are between £5000 and £50,000 and need to be match funded by public, community and third sector organisations
The public consultation drop-in event is being held on Thursday 25th April 2.30-7.30pm at Stenness Community Centre.
Taking on Etape Loch Ness for the first time is Orkney-based Marty Flett and Aberdeen-based friend, Iain Stanger, who will be raising funds for CLAN Cancer Support.
The funding is available for registered social landlords in Scotland.
Once both a plaything of the wealthy and a means of liberation to the worker the bicycle allowed men and women a freedom of movement they had never before experienced.
A total of 27 different organisations across Scotland will benefit to the tune of £462,000 in this 2nd round of funding.