21st Oct 2014

Rosliston Forestry Centre near Swadlincote is a woodland haven offering outdoor activities, holiday accommodation, family fun and all-year round events.

On 28th October between 12 and 2pm, Rosliston is holding a public consultation session on disability cycling.

The event is open to anybody who is interested in going along and having a go on the various types of bike on a short circuit (approximately 1 mile long) and giving feedback about the bikes and the centre as a venue for disability cycling. Information collected will be used in deciding which bikes to purchase for permanent use on the site.

There is no need to book: just head to Rosliston Forestry Centre Reception on the day. For more information contact Alistair Bagnall on (01283) 595906

The event at Rosliston is one of many at accessible venues across Derbyshire during half-term. Others include Halloween activities at Crich Tramway Village, Hardwick Hall and Chatsworth together with rides on Peak Rail, sporting activities at Carsington and Matlock Bath illuminations to name a few. And if the Rosliston event has given you the taste for getting on your bike, why not try cycling on one of Derbyshire's many accessible trails on an adapted bike?


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