This is the article we submitted for the April edition of the Hayling Islander. The published article was subject to editing by the Islander. Also, depending on the timing of the Infrastructure report’s publication and the Hayling Islander deadlines, we might make some last-minute changes.
Continue reading “Hayling Islander article April 2019”
Since 2016, we’ve been publishing a monthly Cycle Hayling column in the Hayling Islander to keep everyone up to date with what’s going on (which we now publish on our website for anyone who doesn’t get the Islander).
However, as that’s aimed at the general public, we can’t always speak as freely as we’d like, and so we haven’t kept our supporters or our web site updated as much as we should have.
So here’s a summary of what’s been going on, to save you reading the whole website (which you’ll see we’re gradually updating). A lot has happened, so you can click any heading below to see it in bite-sized chunks ….
Continue reading “Cycle Hayling update – March 2019”
This is our Hayling Islander column for February (excluding any editing by the Islander, images may differ).
Cycle Hayling says Hayling’s as flat as Holland, so why don’t we have Dutch style cycling?!
In Holland, a third of all short journeys are by bike. Hayling is compact, and just as flat, so we ask why can’t Hayling go Dutch too? Continue reading “Hayling Islander column March 2019”