Everything tagged with children

Blog post: Sustainability charity offers eco-leadership in Welsh retreat

photo Why not take part in the Otesha Project UK's 10-day eco-leadership holiday in Wales?   From 24 September to 3 October 2010, the Otesha Project UK is running a Sustainability Leadership course, a jam-packed 10-day adventure ta...

Blog post: Pedal Power - cycling for all in Kennington

Pedal Power Kennington is a young community project based in the Lilian Baylis Community Hub in Lollard Street, Kennington, providing a range of cycling activities for young people and adults. The project was set up with funding from Transport ...

Blog post: Cycling in the countryside for East London kids

The family-run Tower Hamlets cycling club recently took its participants on a 3-day cycling trip to the New Forest, Hampshire, to teach the kids how to deal with more difficult off road terrain and how to use their gears to the best effect. 21 ...

Blog post: Children struggle to judge cars faster than 20mph, report says

photo Research explains why young children have difficulty judging the speed of fast-moving vehicles New research has found that primary age children can't accurately see, or judge the speed of, vehicles travelling above 20mph.Scientists at R...

Blog post: Haringey primary school launches bike workshop for local community

photo Parent and bike mechanic Andy is teaching pupils basic bike maintenance skills North Harringay Primary School, just North of Finsbury Park, has launched a bike workshop which is open to pupils as well as parents and the local commu...

Blog post: Newhams youngsters protest to mayor about lack of cycle facilities

photo Staff and young people involved with the Watersmeet Woodcraft Folk club protest in Newham A group of Newham youngsters protested outside the Olympic Park on Saturday 19 March 2011 to bring attention to the poor cycling facilities in the...

Blog post: QUADRABYKE, £99.99, www.q-byke.com

  Is it a bike? A trike? Quad bike? No — it's a QuadraByke, and it's all three. Designer Tony Wayman's multi-axle design lets you add or remove wheels without tools, so you can swap between the three set-ups in minutes. A choice...

Blog post: QuadraByke, children's bike, £99.99, www.q-byke.com

Is it a bike? A trike? Quad bike? No — it's a QuadraByke, and it's all three. Designer Tony Wayman's multi-axle design lets you add or remove wheels without tools, so you can swap between the three set-ups in minutes. A choice of silv...