Public consultation launched by Devon County Council on Exeter LCWIP

Do you want to shape the cycle paths that are built in Exeter over the next decade? Then do please respond to the consultation from Devon County Council (DCC) on their long term cycling & walking plan (known as the ‘LCWIP’). The Exeter LCWIP contains 22 proposed routes (and some additional linking routes).  Why not take a look at some of the routes that cover where you (would like to) cycle to / from every week.  Read more

Can you help achieve our goals this year?

Was your New Years resolution to help the environment? Or be more active? Did you want to make active travel part of your commute or cycle the kids to school? Do you hope to create stronger neighbourhoods and communities? Or safer streets? Helping us could help you to achieve these goals. Together we’re stronger and as a campaign we aim to create safer routes for people who cycle in Exeter. Read more

AGM 2022

We hope you’ll be joining us for our annual celebration On November 15th we’ll be taking stock of the last year, celebrating the highs and lows, making or renewing friendships and encouraging each other to keep going. We’ll also quickly tuck in our AGM business to the evening (electing a new Secretary and signing off accounts). For more information follow this link. More information

How do we build a more active city? 

That’s the question we helped to answer when Campaign volunteers recently met with Exeter City Council (ECC) and Councillor Josie Parkhouse (Portfolio Holder for Leisure Services & Physical Activity). ECC are planning the next stage of the ‘Live Better, Move More’ programme, which shares many of the same goals as the Campaign. They invited us to offer proposals and ideas. We asked ECC to consider how they can progress more liveable neighbourhoods, implement our Quick Wins, help deliver bike hangars and press for more protected cycle paths. It’s a testament to the hard work of Campaign volunteers over the years that we had concrete, practical […]

AGM and Jo Rigby Talk

At our AGM (on Zoom) at 8pm on Wednesday 24th November the invited speaker is Jo Rigby – a fearless Councillor from Wandsworth. He’ll be talking about the challenges, joys and frustrations of cycle campaigning. In our Newsletter, as well as details of the AGM, you can find out how to contribute your ideas, no matter how small, to improving cycling within the city.