Portsmouth Road Family Fun Day
Saturday 22 Apr 2017

Kingston Council is celebrating the completion of improvement works to Portsmouth Road and Queen's Promenade as part of the Go Cycle scheme with a family fun day.

Over the past 15 months the council has been transforming the one mile stretch of road, as part of a £30 million investment by Transport for London and the Mayor of London to improve walking and cycling routes, and public spaces in the borough.

The Portsmouth Road scheme is one of 10 routes that form the borough's Go Cycle programme to help create healthy streets and change the way people in the borough travel.

To mark the completion of Portsmouth Road works and the arrival of spring we are hosting a Portsmouth Road family fun day.

Where: Portsmouth Road (next to the Riverside Cafe)
When: Saturday April 22, 2017
Time: 10.30am to 2.30pm

The day will include activities such as face painting, a bike market and penny farthing displays to celebrate the rich history of cycling in our borough.

There will also be guided bike rides with our Go Cycle trainers, so bring your bikes and don't forget a bike lock.

Bike parking will be available.

Come along and join in the family fun.

Find out more about the events planned for the day.

10:30 - Saturday 22/04/2017
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