The Angus Cycle Hub is back on track to plan for its future after Angus Council agreed a community asset transfer of its new base in Arbroath.
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Plans are being drawn up for a cycling first in Angus with the creation of a bike library scheme for the Arbroath and Carnoustie area.
If you’re reading this in Forfar, you’ll likely agree that that up Bummie alone and in the dark is scary and exciting in equal measure.
Angus Cycle Hub has hit a major bump in the road over plans for a Community Asset Transfer of its new Arbroath base.
Angus Cycle Hub has secured a £60,000-plus windfall to help it move into a new base and bring Arbroath’s 19th Century police office back into use.
The wheels have come off plans to expand the services offered by Angus Cycle Hub after its bid for £50,000 from the Arbroath Common Good Fund was thrown out.
Hundreds of visitors are set to wheel up to Forfar for the Angus Cycling Festival this Saturday.
It might be daffies bursting into bloom, the clocks going forward or that first gambolling lamb.
Angus Cycle Hub has landed another five-figure grant windfall which will see it build on a recycling project which saved five tonnes of bikes from the skip last year.
A five-figure funding boost has helped the wheel turn full circle on a programme to help Angus youngsters become safer cyclists.