Free Family Cycle Ride
Sunday 09 Aug 2015

Kingston's Public Health team are putting on free cycle rides for parents and children through Horton Country Park, Chessington 

Meet location: Gilders Green, Gilders Road, Chessington
Time: 10:30 to 12:00
Duration: Approx 1 hour
Length: 4-6 miles at a gentle pace with rest stops
 
Suitable for children aged 8+ who can cycle independently. All children must be accompanied by parent/carer aged 18+. All rides will be lead by a qualified cycle ride leader.

Please bring your own bike and helmet. If you would like to borrow a bike please email healthy.lifestyle@kingston.gov.uk or call 02085476666.

Starts:
10:30 - Sunday 09/08/2015
Ends:
12:00 - Sunday 09/08/2015
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