This is not a time to use the UK as petri dish for political & economic ideas or for personality driven politics but for collegiate working to create a stable environment with a long term strategy to build a resilient economy and UK community.
For the last 2 years almost all my food shops have been done by bike plus trailer, from a few bits to a full CostCo shop, all transported by human power. Why don’t you try it too?
It was great to be back running in London on Sunday, after many “false starts” and a virtual version, London Marathon was back in all it’s glory.
I love my little adventures, a chance to take a break from “normal life” and the lift that that gives to your mental and physical wellbeing. But I’ve been following Dan Beaumont on Instagram for a while now, his adventure definitely cannot be described as little!
When talking to small business owners about the challenges facing them and creating barriers to the growth of their business, one item is always top of the list, the regulatory burden. I’ve worked on a report, published today, which proposes a solution.
Markus Stitz of Bikepacking Scotland have just released another short film “Built to Last” about cycling, Scotland and the Cateran Ecomuseum.
In my role as chair of FSB’s English Policy Unit, we are calling on election candidates from all major parties to help small businesses and the self-employed get on the right footing for recovery with three key asks.
Prompted by a question on a friend’s Facebook post, I’ve been caused to reflect again on how we talk about and differentiate these roles.
This little film sums up perfectly the joy I find in cycletouring. It’s also inspired me to do the The John Muir Way another cycle tour to add to the list!
A fascinating video about technology & politics & the use digital tools to help bring consensus rather than division was recently brought to my attention by Rich Bishop. Has anyone else had experience of this? I would love to look at how we can bring this...