Latest Winged Words out NOW!

Latest Winged Words out NOW!

In this issue…

  • A West Kenter recalls his experience of our Hilly 50km Audax
  • Part 1 of La Velodyssee, a trip up through France
  • North Norfolk with the Moderates
  • A Vietnamese memory
  • Tech Talk – another take on the Orbea E bike
  • Plus all your usual favourites including the Best All Rounder competition standings and the “at a glance” Runs List for July and August

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National Cycle Network review – Help us to shape your Network

Throughout 2018, Sustrans is undertaking a major review of the walking and cycling routes of the National Cycle Network.

Millions of families, commuters and tourists use the Network every year and as custodians and champions of the Network, we’d love to hear the views of as many people as possible.

This survey should take you just 5-10 minutes to complete. Your responses will be used to inform the review and the future strategy for the Network.

Take survey?

Rights of Way Improvement Plan

Have your say

The vision of the Rights of Way Improvement Plan is to provide a high quality, well maintained Public Rights of Way network, that will support the Kent economy, encourage active lifestyles and sustainable travel choices, and contribute to making Kent a great place to live, work and visit.

The plan set out our vision for the Rights of Way network and how we will work towards delivering this over the next 10 years. We would like your views on the Rights of Way Improvement Plan 2018 – 2028 to ensure that it meets the needs and expectations of Kent residents. More

How exercise in old age prevents the immune system from declining

How exercise in old age prevents the immune system from declining

Highly active elderly people can boost their immune systems to protect against infection, according to research.


Journeying around our county, what’s not to love?

Discover this location on our Facebook page and maybe take a ride with your local Cycling UK group? See our runs list for details and dates