African Women's Climate Change Initiative launches Cycle Club
The classes commenced on 13 September and are scheduled to run on a Thursday for ten weeks. The training is free, bikes are free and lessons are run by friendly and qualified cycle trainers. All you need is comfortable and adequate clothing.
The meeting place for new attendees that want to sign up is 9.30am at Bike for Good, (65 Haugh Road, Glasgow, G3 8TX), with the training itself taking place in Kelvingrove Park. The Cycle Club offers both beginner and intermediate classes. The African Women Climate Change Facebook page has further information and a variety of videos from previous sessions.
The African Women Climate Change Initiative is a project supported by the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund and run by the The Esther's Company. The project aims to help African women across Glasgow to improve home energy efficiency and make more sustainable travel choices.
Project activities include a variety of home energy efficiency advice to reduce energy use and levels of fuel poverty, plus cycle skills and maintenance training. The project will also empower African women to have a voice on the issues of climate change.
03 October 2018