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Evington Bicycle Club Looks Ahead to 2018

  Evington Bicycle Club is planning for the future. 2017 saw an increase in membership and the club is to consult on plans for 2018 at a committee meeting, after the season’s end, in October. In 2017 the club welcomed Leicester Wheels for All, b-buddies and  Ride Leicester Festival (open gallery) to its regular Monday club meetings.    Most of the club’s ... Read More »


Leicester City Council is proposing to introduce a 20mph zone around Evington Village. This includes the area outside Linden Primary School. It will mean changing the speed limit to 20 miles per hour and installing some traffic calming features.   At present the speed limit on these streets is 30 miles per hour and we would liketo reduce this to ... Read More »


Leicester City Council are reviewing eleven buildings in Leicester East and Central, including our own Evington library and Coleman Neighbourhood Centre.  The closing date for all consultations in on 25th July.  See www.leicestercitycouncil/tns To state your opinions, pick up a form in any of the buildings.  (All buildings are listed in the link). Read More »

Club News – Evington Bicycle Club welcomes b-buddies on Monday 8 May

On Monday 8 May the Club welcome b-buddies.  Come down to Evington Park at 6 o’clock to see a fabulous miniature road layout for young balance bike riders.  Young pre-school children will love it!  (Older children welcome too, as always!)  If you know of any families likely to be interested please pass on the word! Another Date for your diary – ... Read More »


VOLUNTEER 4 GOOD is an Environmental volunteer project for people aged over 50 If you have a few hours to spare and want to meet new people, improve your local environment, do something different and learn a new skill then you can sign up for a volunteer event and help make a difference to local environments and habitats. Its easy ... Read More »

Evington Bicycle Club – Programme for 2017

  Evington Bicycle Club has a great programme lined up for local people who want to start cycling or to cycle more often.   Most of our participants are children but we have a core of adults who learned to ride at our Monday evening sessions. Please come along to our Annual General Meeting on the evening of Monday April 10th. This ... Read More »

Adrian Mole at 50.

  We will never know how Adrian coped with his middle-aged crisis. He is bound to be having one! Sue Townsend, the biggest selling UK author of the eighties died in 2014.  There had been talk of a new manuscript but nothing emerged.   Townsend’s agents said that the new story was up to the Sue’s usual high standards.  Mole fans ... Read More »