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Graduation and Basing

This last week has been very good for me as I graduated from CTC and received news of where I’m going to be based with Flybe and get my official start date. 287 more words

CTC

Winter Solstice Bike Ride - Sunday 21st December

Iain D, our new Chairman, is leading this ride and writes:

The forecast for this Sunday’s Solstice Ride is milder than I dared hope for back at the planning meeting in October and so we’ll be covering around 33 miles in total. 100 more words

Cycling

"Roads were not built for cars" - Book review. Essential reading for cycle campaigners and a chance to unravel some myths and legends

I have written this review in two parts. The first is what you might call the “official review” which I have given to the ECF web site for our cycle campaigning community. 1,906 more words

Cycling

A Spring Winter's Day

Approaching Nasu should have been a straight forward affair. I made sure it wasn’t though and spiced things up by taking a country road that would essentially lead on for an eternity and further on into oblivion. 609 more words

Ride to Christmas Lunch - Sunday 14th December

Philip G is leading the ride to our Christmas Lunch and writes:

On Sunday we have our Christmas Lunch with other local CTC groups (CTC Kettering and CTC Milton Keynes) at a new venue, The Navigation in Stoke Bruerne.   119 more words

Cycling

Cuba: Can Official Labor Meet the Needs of Private Workers?

By Geoff Thale*

As Cuba embraces a new but still undefined economic model, it’s unclear whether or how the country’s old labor laws and regulatory systems will be adapted to accommodate the interests of employees in the growing private and cooperative sectors, or in the newly autonomous state enterprises.  619 more words

Trade

Shan Valley Tea - Kyaukme Black Tea

This was a first flush black tea from the 2014 collection, considered to be the finest of Shan Valley’s black teas, so I was very eager to try it out. 285 more words

Tea Corner