Covid Guidelines 27th Jan 2022

England has now moved away from Plan B and government guidance will be updated soon to reflect the changes as applicable to grassroots sports participants, providers and facility operators.

There is no longer a legal requirement to wear a face covering. People are still advised to wear one in crowded and indoor spaces where they may come into contact with people they do not normally meet.
venues and events are no longer required by law to check visitors’ NHS COVID Pass. They can still choose to use the NHS COVID Pass on a voluntary basis.

CTC COVENTRY PROCEDURES
We will continue to ask you to provide your phone number when you sign up for one of our rides. This is for track and trace purposes and to communicate last minute notices.

We also recommend that you bring a mask with you on our rides. Any of the cafes on route may be crowded and /or may request they be worn, unless you are exempt.

 

March 2021 Update on Cycling Improvements

From Mike Thomas ….

Despite the gloom and doom about the pandemic, it really is an extremely exciting time with so many local developments in the local infrastructure, much of which I can see you have on the website.

Also worthy of mention are:

1  CANNON PARK CYCLEWAY

This is currently out for consultation as the attached scans distributed locally.  It includes the Charter Ave pop-up path already on the net which will become permanent if the project goes ahead.

2  THE SUSTRANS LIAS LINE – NATIONAL CYCLE NETWORK ROUTE 41.

This exciting project will include a sealed surface path on the Leamington – Rugby disused railway line between the Fosse Way and Birdingbury Station, and the branch line from near the Fosse as far as the Blue Lias pub east of Long Itchington.  The project has funding and is currently awaiting planning permission. This link has moe details –

 

https://www.sustrans.org.uk/our-blog/news/2021/march/stratford-backs-lias-line-cycle-route-improvements/

 

 

3   KENILWORTH TO LEAMINGTON CYCLE ROUTE

This project is due to start in 2021 and will be completed in three stages. See

https://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/news/article/1709/new-cycle-route-from-kenilworth-to-leamington-approved-by-warwickshire-county-council

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