Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Cynthia Flood - 7th September 2013 7:13am
We are pleased to announce that two new cycle stands have been installed near the entrance to the Medical Centre and the Pharmacy.
So, we no longer have to balance our bikes against the side wall, obstructing passage to the door.
Now we have eight cycle stands installed around the village; the 9th and 10th will be put next to the bus stop in Woodways, opposite the junior school.
We hope that these facilities will encourage more folk to jump on their bicycles in preference to using their cars for trips in the village.
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