Bike thefts in Worcester continue to deter cycling

Bike thefts in Worcester continue to deter cycling

Following my previous concerns with the poor levels of cycling a constituent suggested that one reason why cycling rates are so low is due to the large number of bike thefts in Worcester. The Worcester News reported back in 2009 (see the article here) that over three...

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Support for NHS Junior Doctors

Support for NHS Junior Doctors

I went along to Worcestershire Royal Hospital this morning to show my support for the junior doctors on strike today. Their protest is, in my view, valid and the fact that they have had to resort to strike action - the first in 40 years - shows what a desperate...

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Climate march in London

Myself and others from the Worcester Green Party travelled to London with fellow Greens and other Worcestershire residents concerned about the environment to join the over 50,000 who marched through the capital to urge world leaders to take the action that is...

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How Worcester Cycling Levels Compare to Cambridge

In an earlier post I looked at how Cambridge had become the leading city in the country for cycling and asked what Worcester could learn from the policies they implemented. In this post I'm going to look at the data collected over the past four years that highlights...

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Street Lighting switch off coming to Worcester

Worcestershire County Council's part-night street lighting reduction programme is coming to Worcester City. The project, which will involve adding sensors to an average of two out of every three streetlamps to reduce their burning hours during the early morning, will...

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