There are several published cycling routes within South Derbyshire that are suited to all of the family, as well as experienced cyclists: Cycling at Calke (pdf, 400kb) Cycling at Foremark and Bretby (pdf, 165kb) Cycling at Longford (pdf, 147kb) Cycling at Trusley and Osleston (pdf, 152kb) Cycling the Conkers circuit (pdf, 2mb) The Horseshoe Trail (pdf, 635kb) Cycling trails around Swadlincote (pdf, 3.
How to find ushttp://www.south-derbys.gov.uk/about-us/how-to-find-us
Cycling Swadlincote is on National Cycle Route 63 (NCR 63), which runs from Burton all the way to Wisbech via Leicester and Peterborough. The free cycling hub at Green Bank Leisure Centre, a stone's throw away from the Civic Offices, means you can leave your bike somewhere safe, get a shower and use the lockers for your clothing.
Cycling is healthy and fun, but it is necessary to learn how to do it safely Get Active in The Forest delivers Bikeability to local schools at two different levels. Level 1: Basic bike handling skills in a controlled environment away from roads. Level 2: Teaching children to cycle planned routes on minor roads, offering an authentic experience.
Help is available to encourage use of travel options such as walking, cycling, public transport and car sharing. These promote a healthier workforce, provide better access to jobs, ease car parking at your premises, help decrease congestion and improve the environment by reducing carbon emissions. Initiatives include: Carshare Derbyshire - Car sharing can save money, improve mental health and help reduce congestion and CO2 emissions.
Cycling Jogging (including parkrun) Get Active in The Forest Active adults Active young people Fun for the family Community clubs and groups
Get Active in The Foresthttp://www.south-derbys.gov.uk/our-services/things-to-do-and-places-to-visit/get-active/get-active-in-the-forest
These are suitable for beginners and include walking, cycling, Tai Chi, Nordic walking, woodland laser combat and archery. You can also try orienteering at the forestry centre for the price of a map (£1 from the shop). Many of the activities take place on a weekly basis and anyone can join in. All are led by either a member of staff or a trained volunteer.
Active South Derbyshirehttp://www.south-derbys.gov.uk/our-services/things-to-do-and-places-to-visit/get-active/sports-clubs-and-groups/active-south-derbyshire
Cycling Fun for the family Jogging (including parkrun) Walking
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Supplementary Planning Documentshttp://www.south-derbys.gov.uk/our-services/planning-and-building-control/planning/planning-policy/supplementary-planning-documents
479kb) Trees and Development (pdf, 348kb) Cycling Strategy (pdf, 2.4mb) Map 1 - North Western Parishes (pdf, 423kb) Map 2 - Hatton and Surrounding Area (pdf, 566kb) Map 3 - Dalbury Lees and Surrounding Area (pdf, 447kb) Map 4 - Hilton, Etwall and Surrounding Area (pdf, 863kb) Map 5 - Eggington and Hilton (pdf, 648kb) Map 6 - Bretby (pdf, 1.2mb) Map 7 - Rosliston and Overseal (pdf, 1.
Transport Policy We have walking and cycling strategies for South Derbyshire (that are implemented, in part, by developer contributions). These are available from the planning service who can be contacted on 01283 228706 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org . Local Transport Plan We do not publish a Local Transport Plan as this is set by Derbyshire County Council (DCC).