Slow Down London has helped the Earl’s Court festival to create an event exploring the Slow Movement in our city. Hayley Cull, Ed Gillepsie and the Youth Food Movement will present talks and workshops to calm the city slicker. (more…)
I cannot too highly recommend the use of a narrow boat. I was lucky enough to own one for about 18 years; The Lady M she was called and she took me, my wife, my 3 children and their partners, my 7 grandchildren and countless friends (though not all at once) over most of the 2000 or so miles of rivers and canals. (more…)
Sustrans Fresh Air Miles rides, organized by Sustrans Volunteers across the UK, are sponsored rides aimed at encouraging people to get out on their bike, whilst also promoting the work of Sustrans and local cycle routes.
An organised ride will be taking place on 4th May 2009 between Gatwick and Greenwich, divided into 4 stages. The final stage in south London will be approximately 9 miles along National Cycle Route 21: ‘flat-ish urban’ and 40:60 on road:off road. (more…)
As pioneers in the art of slow travel, Dan Kieran, Ian Vince and Prasanth Visweswaran embarked on an unconventional 680-mile road trip across the UK. Their mode of transport? A 1958 electric milkfloat. (more…)