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#CarFreeFriday St. Mary's Chiswick

13 May 2019

#CarFreeFriday On Friday, 12th April 2019, #CarFreeFriday was launched at St. Mary's Catholic Primary School in Chiswick. Parents, carers, children and staff are encouraged to leave their cars at home... Read more

Beat the Street set to return to Hounslow

18 April 2019

Beat the Street - an initiative that aims to get people walking and cycling through a giant game - is returning to Hounslow for the first time in two years... Read more

'Back in the Saddle' Training is back in June

11 April 2019

Back in the saddle (with your kids)... Read more

Free Cycle Courses for Kids this Half Term

1 April 2019

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The Hounslow Biking Belles are back for 2019

27 March 2019

Hounslow Biking Belles starts again on Tuesday 2nd April from Hounslow Civic Centre on Lampton Road, 18:00 till 19:30. There is no need to book, just turn up. Free bikes and helmets will be provided. Read more

Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) Scrappage Scheme

11 March 2019

Learn more about the ULEZ Scrappage Scheme... Read more

IWD 2019: A Focus on Active & Sustainable Travel

8 March 2019

Celebrating IWD 2019... Read more

Success for Borough's Liveable Neighbourhood Funding Bid

5 March 2019

It has been announced today that Hounslow Council has won funding from Transport for London's Liveable Neighbourhoods Programme to help improve walking and cycling in South Chiswick. Under the proposa... Read more

Highlights: Hounslow's Air Quality Summit

27 February 2019

Hounslow's Air Quality Summit Over 100 people attended Hounslow's inaugural Air Quality Summit on Tuesday, 26th February 2019. Highlights from the day included London's Walking and Cycling Commissione... Read more

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Two more schools win Funding for Sustainable Travel Projects!

11 February 2019

After Nishkam School, West London's success with the Youth Travel Ambassador (YTA) Programme run by Transport for London (TfL) and the London Transport Museum, it was the turn of two more schools to e... Read more

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