Join Can Do South Yorkshire, Sheffield Sustainability Network and Cycle Sheffield at this event, supporting you in cycling to work.
Thinking of how your business can support active travel for your employees commute?
Planning a budget next year for adding cycling facilities at work?
Wondering whether you can cycle to work in bad weather?
As part of business sustainability month, Sheffield Sustainability Network, Cycle Sheffield and Can Do South Yorkshire are partnering to bring you a day of interesting info and top tips for getting yourself and your employees cycling to work.
FREE bike checkups available all day from Dr. Bike mechanics – get your bike winter ready (booking advised as places are limited). Please note that bike check-up is an add on when you click register.
Information stall and FREE bike checkups available all day from Dr. Bike mechanics – get your bike winter ready (booking advised as places are limited).
Not-to-be missed talks outlining what support is available for workers and organisations in Sheffield to cycle more.
Laura Chippendale, Active Travel Coordinator from Sheffield City Council – what support the council offers businesses and workers in the city and how cycle routes are being enhanced
Lee Thompson, Partnerships Manager Yorkshire from Sustrans – about the vision and values of Sustrans, how we work what we do.
Issy Howie – personal commuting experience & top tips for cycling year round
Tom Mutton from BikeRehab – how to care for your bike in cold weather
Emily from CycleSheffield – how we can help local businesses including bike parking grants
In the yard and cafe at:
Harland Works, 70 John St, Highfield, Sheffield S2 4QU
John Street Kitchen is open all day for drinks, snacks and food
So, drop your bike off for a quick tune up, grab a cuppa and cake and find out more about making your business or your commute more sustainable.
Cycle Sheffield campaign for a cycle friendly Sheffield where anyone can choose to make their journey by bike. They want cycling to be inclusive and easy, not limited to the quick and the brave.
How do I respond to the declared climate change emergency?
How can we shift our business practices to be more sustainable, in order to stay competitive?
How can I identify and prioritise sustainable solutions that are relevant and achievable for our charity?
As businesses and non-profits, how can we work together to help support both ourselves in prosperity and each other on a sustainable planet?
These are just some of the questions that Sheffield businesses, organisations, charities and residents face today. We see what is happening around us, but we don’t always know what to do.
Sheffield Sustainability Network was founded by three local business owners who had begun meeting regularly to exchange ideas on more sustainable ways of working.
Their need for more knowledge and support inspired the creation of SSN, a platform in which local businesses and non-profit organisations can support each other in their goal of becoming more sustainable.