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Birkenhead Green Corridor

Wirral Council would like to hear your views on the Birkenhead Green Corridor proposals.
Download a PDF of the proposals HERE
An online presentation of the proposals will be provided by members of the project team on the dates provided below. If you would like to take part, register by contacting us at greencorridor@wirral.gov.uk confirming which meeting you would like to attend:
Wednesday 12 August 2020
Wednesday 19 August 2020
The events will run from 6pm to 7pm on both days.

https://www.wirral.gov.uk/parking-roads-and-travel/major-projects/green-corridor

MCC stall great success

8 September, 2014

We ran a stall in Princes Park on Sunday 7th September with great success, during the Sky Ride and before the official start of the Tour of Britain 2014, with lots of people on bikes diverting into the park. Lots of new members signed up, numbers soon to be announced here. In the meantime, check out…

MCC runs stall at “Grand depart” of Tour of Britain 2014

6 September, 2014

We will be running a stall on Sunday 7th September, in Princes Park near the children’s playground, 8am to 2pm. This is in conjunction with the Sky ride preceding the start of the Tour of Britain 2014 Drop by for a chat!

Summer PedalPress online now.

1 September, 2014

Better late than never: Apologies that the last Edition of the PedalPress has only been added to our archive now, after the paper copy went out months ago. But here it is, in the PedalPress Section, or as a direct link: https://www.merseycycle.org.uk/pedal_press/ppsummer2014.pdf

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1 Comment

  1. Paul the cyclist on 11 August, 2020 at 2:33 pm

    A huge waste of money and effort, the route starts from Bidston Station and runs through and under Birkenhead to Rock ferry, links along the Beufort rd,12 quays and and Hamilton Square, Birkenhead Central,under the tunnel flyovers and onto Green lane shopping park and up to Rock ferry rail station, it should be converted to a walking/cycling route, with guided electric buses running alongside, so many locations it passes offering a safe and eaily made transport link, without the expence of using part of it a landfill, it appears that wirral want to destroy any chance of accessible transport linking Rock Ferry to Wirral Waters site at 12 quays and Bidston.

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