Ultimate Creative Communications will continue its sponsorship of the Stockport charity Seashell Trust’s cycling sportive for 2019. The Knutsford-based award-winning digital branding and design agency will host the feed station at Flash, the highest village [Read More]
Dame Sarah Storey, Great Britain’s most successful Paralympian, launched the inaugural Seashell Trust Cup to raise money for the charity’s profoundly disabled students. Business leaders went head-to-head in the Seashell Trust’s Battle of the Champions [Read More]
Six new cycleways have been created across Greater Manchester as part of the £42m Cycle City investment programme. The new bike routes have been designed as an attractive and convenient way to travel by bike, linking communities with [Read More]
Sir Bradley Wiggins will take part in the Tour of Britain, which gets under way on September 4 and comes to Cheshire on September 6. Wiggins, who claimed his fifth Olympic gold medal at Rio and [Read More]
Thousands of people took to their bikes for the Manchester Sky Ride on Sunday. The event, now in its fifth year, saw cyclists ride the circular route from Albert Square in Manchester, out to MediaCity, [Read More]
A road named in honour of Stockport’s first Olympic medallist will be opened this weekend. Stockport residents are invited to a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of the Alan Newton Way, the new cycle route starting [Read More]
The team were wearing cycling tops which had been specially designed to resemble the Pro-Tek Ultra Structural Firefighter Tunics [Read More]
In 1952, Alan represented Great Britain in the Summer Olympics in Helsinki, where, alongside his team mates Donald Burgess, George Newberry and Ronald Stretton, he won the Bronze medal in the men’s 4,000m team pursuit.