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Streets for People Car Free Day 2007

On Sunday 23 September Brighton & Hove’s ‘Streets for People’ – Car Free Day 2007 event will take place in the Lanes and New Road and will host unique live music performances and a range of free activities/workshops to promote healthier and more active ways of living in our city.

If you would like further information please contact Debbie Reed on 01273 291021or email

On the same day London will be hosting the London Hovis Freewheel.
30,000 cyclists are expected to participate in one of the most
spectacular cycling events that London has ever seen, a 10 Km London
route will be made traffic-free allowing cyclists to enjoy some of
London’s most iconic sights including the London Eye, Westminster, St
Paul’s Cathedral and the Mall.

The Hovis Freewheel Festival will be at St James’s Park. Highlights
include a Hovis picnic, BMX, mountain and trial bike stunts, cycling
acrobatics and a cycling circus creating a total cycling experience
with a festival atmosphere.

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