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“Your favourite cycling route in Yorkshire and the Humber” for residents of Yorkshire and the Humber region


Dear residents!

Are you a cycling enthusiast? You cannot imagine a weekend without your favourite two-wheeled vehicle? Do you often commute by bike?
If your answer to any of the question was “YES”, this competition is just for you! 

We would like to invite you to take part in the competition organised by an online transport marketplace Clicktrans.com. The only thing that you have to do is to convince us that it is your route that has something which makes it the best route in your region! In the winner selection process, we do not take into consideration the route itself, but the attractiveness of the way in which you present it.

Acceptable forms of a project:

  • Map with description
  • Text, no longer that two A4 page, in the .doc of .pdf format
  • Photos or video of your authorship


  1. Any resident of Yorkshire and the Humber region at the age of 15 - 115 is welcome to take part in the competition
  2. The majority of your route should be on the territory of the Yorkshire and the Humber region
  3. We do not confine you to share an officially established cycling route – it can be any path of your choice.


1st prize: £ 450

2nd prize: £ 250

3rd prize: £ 100

To enter the competition, please send us an email entitled “My favourite cycling route in Yorkshire and the Humber” to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Winning projects will be published on our blog: https://clicktrans.com/blog/

A deadline for submitting your project is July 12, 2018.

 You can find the competition’s terms and conditions and any other details here:


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Saturday 2nd June 2018

10.15 – 11.45am  At the Contact Point, Wilsden Village Hall

Come along to your Neighbourhood Drop-in for Wilsden Village.

  • Call in at the Contact Point anytime from 10.15 to 11.45am.

 Officers from Bradford Council’s Neighbourhood Service and Shipley’s Neighbourhood Police Team will be present to answer questions and offer advice on local neighbourhood and policing issues.

 Find out about crime prevention, such as home security and Neighbourhood Watch.

 Learn how you can get involved in your local community.

 Let us know about your local priorities, ideas or concerns.

Everyone is welcome

Please contact us if you have any specific needs to enable you to join the drop-in.

For more information please contact:

Shipley Area Co-ordinator’s Office,

Town Hall, Shipley

BD18 3EJ

Tel: (01274) 437146

Facebook – Shipley Communities

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Wilsden Parish Council invites you to a

Science Fair

Saturday 12th May 2pm-4pm

at Wilsden Trinity Church, Chapel Row, BD15 0EQ

To celebrate the life of Alfred Fowler who was world famous but is now almost forgotten, and who was born in Wilsden.  This year is the 150th anniversary of his birth and he went on to become an astrophysicist (Yes! Someone from Wilsden became a world-renowned astrophysicist!). To celebrate his life there will be an afternoon of excellent experiments and fantastic fun for all the family. You do not have to be a mad scientist to come, although if you are, you will be most welcome.

This event is free of charge. No unaccompanied children please.

Who was Alfred Fowler?

Find out more about the man who had his beginnings in Wilsden but spent his life observing the universe.

FREE talk at Wilsden Trinity Church

Saturday 12th May at 7pm

(following the Science Fair)

 Sponsored by Wilsden Parish Council