Reading

CTC, the national cycling charity, has been overwhelmed by the public response to its appeal for children’s bikes following the theft of 12 cycles used for popular after-school sessions in Reading.

 
 
Now volunteering as CTC's Communications Officer in Reading and offering cycle training to my fellow students at Reading University, I would like to share the story of my journey to being part of CTC.

 
 
Therese Bjorn and intern Galia Chan join CTC Development Officer in Reading Javed Saddique to find out more about how CTC's Everybody Active sessions improve the well-being of people with disabilities and learning difficulties.

 
 
Reading girl returns to restore a classic - 29 Nov 2012 - Case Study
Laura Brooks wanted a new bike, but couldn't afford to buy one, so with the help of a CTC project in Reading she learnt the skills to help her tranform an old racing bike into a beautiful classic.

 
 
Women in Reading cycle for Syria - 26 Oct 2012 - News
Smoothies were a key ingredient for a group of women in Reading who joined together for a worthy cause: to cycle the distance from Damascus to Palestine in a single Sunday afternoon to raise money for the British Red Cross.

 
 
Everybody Active is a cycling session run each week on a Wednesday. The sessions provide the opportunity for adults with disabilities to cycle in a safe environment.

 
 
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