RCC Newsletter – 28 October 2010

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Our next meeting will be our annual meeting.  This is back at our usual
venue – The Old Ship pub in Richmond, starting at 20:00 on Monday 8th
November.  We’re having a social afterwards, so if you want to meet us but
don’t want to do the bureaucracy, get there for 20:30.
We will be voting for our officers and checking our documentation and
accounts.  Details below…
Get in touch if you would like to be considered for a role in the group or
have any comments on the documents.  Job descriptions are available in the
link above.  Officers have to be members of the London Cycling Campaign.
All roles can be shared.
Once we have done all the voting and document checking, we will have a get
together and a chat about cycling and everything else.

Rides For Explorers – http://tinyurl.com/33pcbu5 – check website the day
before for up to the minute details.
Sunday 7th November
Meet at Richmond Station by 10.15am
Description: We get return tickets to Staines and circle past Pinewood
Studios and quiet Fulmer to enjoy the autumnal display of Burnham Beeches
from traffic free roads. Cafe/pub lunch. Return to Staines via the Windsor
New River.  The last longish (30 miles -some off-road ) ride of the year.
Rained off last year so fingers crossed. Check here the day before.
Contact: Paul Luton
Telephone: 020 8977 4016
Email: rides@richmondlcc.co.uk

Rides For Everyone
Check the website for more details or contact Paul.
Council Consultations

Richmond Station Consultation
Please take the time to fill this in – there is no provision for cyclists at
all in the council’s plans.  Have a look at our view on our website…

It is also worth commenting on the council’s proposed car parking charges.
Free parking for 30 minutes encourages people to use their cars.  A journey
you can do in under 30 minutes in a car can easily be done by bicycle and
bicycle parking is free all the time.

Local bye laws concerning cycling on footpaths in the borough

Cycling Liaison Group meeting
A brief summary here…
Waiting for the minutes from the council