Author Archives: Adam Edwards

About Adam Edwards

Adam Edwards is the current chair of WelHatCycling. As a parent of two what matters most to him is utility cycling: getting to school, work, the shops, etc. He is particularly keen on group rides which involve cake. With his son Freddy, he's ridden all the way from Hatfield to Edinburgh on a tandem.

Alban Way litter pick, 14.3.20

I’ll do a more detailed report for the next news feature but for now a couple of photos of the joint WelHatCycling and Sustrans East Herts Rangers team who cleared 60 bags of rubbish ( a record we think) plus a tv, bike and other fun things from the short section of the Alban Way… Read More »

South Central Herts cycle routes plans, tree roots and one less barrier (February News)

South Central Herts plans for cycling A big policy has come to cycling groups in Hertfordshire. This is the South Central Hertfordshire Growth and Travel Plan. It sets out Hertfordshire County’s plans for transport and so making sure cycling is included (which it is) and that important bits are not missed out (some are) is… Read More »

2018-19 in review: Chair’s annual report

We have continued to run cycle rides (for example Shaw’s Corner, Tewin Orchard Apple Day and around Letchworth) and attend local events such as the Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield Healthfests and the Welwyn Village Day.   Perhaps most memorable will be the day of the London ride to explore the cycle routes which the People’s… Read More »

A414 consultation, South Way bridge, Ellenbrook crossing (January news)

Happy Cycling New Year! A414 corridor strategy public consultation We are working on comments on a Hertfordshire County Council public consultation on the A414 corridor. For Welwyn Hatfield this includes the A414 and A1057 Hatfield Road, routes across Hatfield including Comet Way (A1001) and then on east from Mill Green.  The document recognises the need… Read More »

Hatfield Healthfest

A photo I’d put up on Facebook but not added to this web site.  Back in October we took our stall to Hatfield Healthfest. It was a wet and chilly day, so the Mayor came prepared!   Our thanks to Councillor Barbara Fitzsimon, Mayor of Welwyn Hatfield for chatting to us and to Whspaa for the… Read More »