Take a look at our new recruitment animation here. It was produced by students at Nottingham Trent University as part of their project work. Many thanks to them.
We’ve now had our second tribike, Ginger, up in Lowedges for just over three months so it seems a good time to tell you how we’re getting on. We are committed to a partnership approach here. We offer the ‘resource’ of volunteers and the bike, and take time to work with local people and organisationsContinue reading “Ginger and friends in Lowedges!￼”
Ginger will be installed in her regular garage this week, ready for trips in the LowEdges/Greenhill area. We are excited about making new friends in the area.
Yes, we’re back. We’ve ridden our first ride with residents from Grange Crescent Care Home. Watch out for regular trips from now on.
Regrettably we’ve decided to stop doing the ‘love parks’ rides in Endcliffe and Weston Parks with immediate effect. Though technically still within guidelines, we think we need to respect requirements to reduce the range of social contacts. Also, fickle weather has been a problem and it’s unlikely to get better. These have been worth trying;Continue reading “Love Park Rides suspended”
“It’s the best day I’ve had since lockdown!” said 94 year old Margaret who took a trip on Ginger the electric tricycle on the Monsal Trail last weekend. We were featured in the Sheffield Telegraph 15 September 2020. Read the full article at: https://www.sheffieldtelegraph.co.uk/lifestyle/outdoors/sheffield-tricycle-scheme-helps-care-home-residents-stay-mobile-2972530
Take a ride on our cycle rickshaws and enjoy the autumn in Sheffield Parks! Cycling Without Age Sheffield is holding ‘Love Parks Trishaw Rides’ to help less mobile people experience the wind in their hair, the smell and crunch of autumn leaves and some friendly chat. Rides are completely free of charge.
As the Covid 19 restrictions are easing slightly, we are beginning to think how we can provide rides for individuals. If you have any thoughts please let us know via the form on the Contact Us page.
Fantastic article on our rides in@yorkshirepost recently! “Rhubarb is a regular sight around the parks of Sheffield”… And yes, now you mention it, we are looking for new volunteers! Nice one Alex for initiating this.
After 4 months of inactivity we are excited at the prospect of taking our loyal passengers on rides again. Now we have two trishaws we can increase the number of care homes we serve and expand the range of our trips.