Thursday 11th February at 7pm at the Beechwood Hall Hotel Wykeham Road BN11 4JD (downstairs Aga room) 


---------- Original Message ---------- 
From: e-mail stuartelms <
To: Worthing organisers <
Date: 06 January 2016 at 12:19 
Subject: WSCC Cycling & Walking Plan Input 

Possible new access into the SDNP

Has anyone else seen the photo's of the access track accross the downs for the offshore wind farm project that run north from Lamleys Lane Sompting and wondered it that could be utilised for cyclists and walkers ?

Unfortunately I can only find a PDF of the route map on the SDNP site

Harrison Road (restricted) Byway Resurfacing Now Complete

I am pleased to advise that works to improve Harrison Road for the benefit of walkers and cyclists will begin shortly.  A Tarmac surface of generally 3 metres will be laid subject to narrowing around a couple of existing sheds; ancillary works, including installation of bollards off Southdown View Road to prevent future public vehicle access, will also be completed.  Some clearance will be undertaken in the week beginning 9 November (to ensure enough space for plant and machinery to operate), and subject to no significant unforeseen issues arising the substan

Time to Cycle Bike Ride

UN Climate Change Conference 2015 logo

This is a mass bike ride from Worthing to Brighton to support the 125 cyclists riding to the Climate Talks in Paris, in support of the Campaign Against Climate Change.

Join the ride anywhere along the coastal route signed as National Cycle Network route 2 finishing with a mass procession into Brighton.

See the event details for times and places.

WCF now has a new publicity leaflet

Paula & Colin Attle - in conjunction with Mandy Buxton & Stuart Elms - recently produced a small 'about us' three-fold leaflet leaflet which was availalble at the Transition Town Worthing 'seed exchange' event at Oak Grove College in February.

This has now been updated and can be viewed on the Worthing Cycling facebook page. Hopfully printed copies will be available in the next few weeks.

Cycle Velodrome Events Lined Up For Worthing

From John Rogers

The WCF 'schools project' run by Gavin Ross secures funding for 2015

After the highly successful 1st event at St Andrews in September, WCF has secured sufficient funding from the Worthing CLC, the local Safer Roads Partnership and the Day Group to run events at Davison, Worthing High & Durrington High in the coming months.

As well as a visual presentation and some scenario exercises based around road awareness and safer cycling, Year 11 students with bikes had front & back 'wrap on' lights together with tyre valve flashing warning lights fitted to their bikes.

A27 Lancing to Shoreham Cycleway

It was with some surprise that I noticed that the Highways Agency was building what looked like a cycleway along the southern side of the A27 between Manor Road roundabout in Lancing (by the sports centre) and the Coombes Lane traffic lights.

I have now contacted the Highways Agency, and this is indeed a shared-use footway and cycleway that they are building, along with upgrading the pedestrian crossing at the sports centre to be a Toucan crossing usable legally by bicycles as well as pedestrians!


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