Monthly Archives: September 2017

40 years of cycling

Our local cycle lobbying group spokes is celebrating 40 years of cycling (or lobbying).  2017 being one of these years when there seem to be lots of anniversaries.  This is also coincidentally about the same time I have been cycling … Continue reading

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One thing we have learnt this week- cutting energy costs

In a post last week we looked at cutting energy costs for the poorest.  I was slightly despairing at the lack of any organised government action since that’s where its got to come from with this level of need.  (That … Continue reading

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ode to autumn

Autumn is upon us.  Like you can smell spring, there is a palpable change on the last days of August and beginning of September.  Whatever the days are like there is a nip in the air in the evenings and … Continue reading

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One thing we have learnt this week – what’s the best way of dealing with high energy prices?

What’s the best way of dealing with high energy prices?  That was the discussion on the BBC radio 4 Today programme this morning.  Is it some kind of cap on high energy prices as suggested by both government and opposition. … Continue reading

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