The play, written by BAFTA-nominated actress Maxine Peake, star of the Oscar-winning film The Theory of Everything, celebrates the life of sporting legend Beryl Burton.The production, was recently nominated in the best new play category at the Manchester Theatre Awards.
Want to cycle to work but don't own a bike? RBK's Go Commute Scheme is here for you!
Places for People Leisure have teamed up with Halfords to offer a FREE Mountain Bike with every full annual membership + 2 FREE months to the Kingston Leisure Sites.
The Councils Go Cycle Team will be at Kingston Hill Campus KT2 7LB. Got a broken bike? get it fixed for free.
This Sunday, Women on Wheels are heading out to Ewell Court House tearooms, via the Hogsmil Open Space.
In a unique venture three independent cycle businesses have set up a shared space in a cycling hotspot near Richmond Park. The Bike Exchange Café and Workshop brings together three services for cyclists.
Work in Kingston? Cycle to work this week and earn prizes!
Aged 8-15 and want to take up cycling, or improve your current skills?