Beat the Street is a fun, free game for the community of Nottingham to see how far you can walk, cycle and run around your area and into space!. The challenge began on 27th April and will end on 8th June. There are lots of prizes up for grabs both for individuals and teams.
How far can you go?
Find out more about Beat the Street.
to teach those aged 11 and over safer driving before they reach test age, Admiral Young Driver training is available at 42 locations nationwide including
Nottingham Queens Drive Park and Ride.
Find out more about Admiral Young Driver Training.
10% off Dave Noble
If you are thinking about getting adventurous with your outdoor activities you can get 10% off Dave Noble windsurfing and snowboarding equipment (excluding sale items).
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Midlands Connect is a collaboration of 28 local authorities, 11 Local Enterprise Partnerships, Network Rail, Highways England, central government and the business community working together to produce a transport strategy for the Midlands.
Visit the Midlands Connect website for further information.
Last month saw the 16.2m Ring Road improvement scheme draw to an end. The scheme which began on July 1 2013 with 12.8m from the Department for Transport and 3.4m from the City Council has seen new, safer road crossings and cycle facilities at key points along the route, better road surfaces and additional lanes at hot spots to allow vehicles to pass through more easily.
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Fancy testing out your bike skills? we have a free to use Pump Track and Skills Track down at Queens Drive Park and Ride. What's better is you can get their using the Big Track cycle route.
Download a map showing the location of the Pump Track.