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Tuesday Cycling Sessions Starting from 25th April

Tuesday Cycling Sessions Starting from 25th April

Thanks to a great response to our appeal for volunteers, Sheffield Cycling 4 All are starting cycling sessions on a Tuesday from 25th April from 10 to 3pm (term time only) alongside the Thursday sessions which run during the school holidays too.

We are still seeking volunteers to join our new Tuesday team .You would need to be available from 9.30am-3.30pm. You can help with hospitality/administration meeting and greeting our cyclists, taking contact details and payments or be a cycling enabler ,getting people on bikes, choosing and sizing an appropriate bike for them, assessing their ability (control and braking) and ensuring their safety.

If you are interested in either role or something in the middle then please get in touch. You can view full details of the volunteer opportunities here .

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  • gill price:

    13 Apr 2017 17:22:18

    great news!!

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