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Cycling potential NCN882

The Upper Rhondda section

- from the Blaencwm Portal to our Treorchy Premises.

Date: Monday, 12th September, 2016

Speakers at each stopping point will be providing information

13:45 Meeting Blaencwm

14:00 Blaencwm Portal

Welcome and an update on current progress of the re-opening the Rhondda Tunnel

Steve Mackey & Leanne Wood, AM.

--:-- Depart Blaencwm

--:-- Arrive former Stelco Hardy site

The abandoned Stelco Hardy site could be integrated as part of the traffic-free cycle route.

Tony Moon, Sustrans

--:-- Depart former Stelco Hardy site

--:-- Arrive Treherbert Railway Station

The Blaencwm Portal stone. Its temporary home until it is returned to its proper position at the Blaencwm Portal when the Rhondda Tunnel re-opens.

--:-- Depart Treherbert Railway Station

Continue along the proposed NCN 882 Cycle Route

--:-- Arrive YGG Ynyswen

A presentation at YGG Ynsywen

Leanne Giles & Leanne Wood, AM

--:-- Depart YGG Ynyswen

Continue along the proposed NCN 882 Cycle Route

The project brings together two important needs for the Rhondda Fawr - Active Travel and the Rhondda Tunnel

--:-- Arrive RTS Treorchy Premises

The formal opening of the Rhondda Tunnel Society’s new premises by Leanne Wood, AM & Stephen Mackey, Chairman RTS

15:30 End

All participants must wear cycle helmets and have roadworthy cycles.

Sustrans volunteers & South Wales Police PCSO’s will be supporting the ride ensuring safe, enjoyable experience is had by all.