Dress up your bike, bring the kids and come for a morning of two-wheeled exploring fun around Guildford!
Lots of prizes and drinks and snacks afterward. Please remember to bring a pen, your drink bottle or a cup (this is a waste free event).
9am assemble at Stirling Square, 9.30am the pedal off begins!
Please RSVP via Eventbrite: https://greatbikehunt.eventbrite.com.au
Generously supported by Midland Cycles, Bolt Coffee, Guildford Bakery and The Frisbee Shop, Great Northern Meat Supply and Midland BCF.
Note: Children under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult to sign a waiver on the day.
Find more Bike week events here: http://bikeweek.com.au/
Tonight the City of Swan ‘launched’ the Draft Guildford Heritage Precinct Master Plan in the Guildford town hall. This is a significant document that will shape the long-term future of the ‘Guildford Heritage precinct’ – ostensibly Meadow street between Swan and Helena streets. But will have significant implications for all Guildford residents and visitors.
The document is aimed at developing a long-term plan for the use and care of the heritage buildings, sites and streetscapes on Meadow street Guildford. The document has been prepared by a team of consultants (landscape planners, heritage architects, tourism professionals etc.) and will be available for download on the city website tomorrow. Hard copies of the report will also be available at the Midland/Guildford libraries and the Admin building.
It canvasses the best uses of the existing buildings and potential alternative uses (e.g. moving the Potters, Visitor centre, or Library etc.). Three major options are proposed, but elements from all options are up for debate.
It’s also a rather substantial document, ~100 pages apparently. Therefore, the City only provided a brief overview tonight and is giving residents 2 weeks to read and digest the report, before a feedback session (Monday 30th March, 6:30 pm). We encourage everyone to look at the sections of the report which interest them and make sure you come along to have input in 2 weeks time!
Over 60 people attended our Bicycle Treasure Hunt in Guildford on Sunday to celebrate Cycle Instead Bikeweek. We hope everyone had a fun time riding around Guildford, and that it will inspire people to ride more often, especially to school and for shorts trips around the place.
Congratulations to the winning Adult team ‘Next Stop Paris’, the family category winners ‘Chokoz’ and the ‘Black Swans’, who took out the best decorated bikes award for dressing up as pirates.
Following the event, participants enjoyed yummy refreshments, including buns provided by the Guildford Bakery. Thanks!
Bikeweek is running until Sunday the 24th of March. To find another free bike event visit www.transport.wa.gov.au/bikeweek
Transition Town Guildford acknowledge the support of this event by the Department of Transport as part of Cycle Instead Bikeweek 2013.