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June 19, 2018 Tread Uncategorized

Treadlightly Kick Starts At The 2010 Motorcycle Trade Expo The Treadlightly Trust launched its UK initiative at the Motorcycle Trade Expo at the NEC in Birmingham, on 24th-26th January. The purpose of the Trust is creating an alliance to make off-roading for motorbikes and 4×4’s more socially acceptable, by educating users to be more environmentally […]

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Treadlightly! set to change the landscape for Greenlaning.

June 19, 2018 Tread Uncategorized

CRAG has joined with The Green Lane Association and The Trail Riders Federation in setting up The Treadlightly Trust, a Registered Charity which aims to make trail riding and driving more socially acceptable by educating users to be more environmentally aware. The Treadlightly! scheme which is supported by the Countryside Council for Wales and other […]

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Treadlightly to take off at Motorcycle Expo

June 19, 2018 Tread Uncategorized

The Treadlightly Trust will be formally launching the Treadlightly! programme at the Motorcycle Expo at the NEC from 24th to 26th January. The programme which aims to make trail riding and driving more socially acceptable by educating users to be more environmentally aware is sponsored by the three main Motorised User Groups and the Countryside […]

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Mark Margetts appointed as Project Manager for TreadLightly! Project

June 19, 2018 Tread Uncategorized

The TreadLightly Trust are pleased to announce that they have appointed Mark Margetts as Project Manager to oversee the launch of the Charity in the UK. Mark has been closely involved in the formation and development of the Charity and has been working on a voluntary basis with other Steering Group members over the past […]

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Treadlightly works with the Police to counter illegal off roading in Wales.

June 19, 2018 Tread Uncategorized

Move over Rover! Multi-agency collaboration combats illegal off-roading with an engagement and waymarking exercise in the Elan Valley Thanks to effective partnership working an initiative is ensuring that the beautiful countryside in the Elan Valley is protected and enjoyed for future generations. Operation Rover was a collaborative waymarking effort involving Dyfed-Powys Police, Powys Council, Green […]

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Treadlightly’s first project is completed at Rhayader.

June 18, 2018 Tread Uncategorized

The first phase of the project was a series of repairs by the Highway Authority (PowysCC) with particular emphasis on drainage of a very boggy area which had been causing drivers/riders to deviate from the correct route to avoid deep water. The correct route is now dry even in the heaviest rain. Secondly improved waymarking […]

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VODAPHONE FOUNDATION GRANT.

June 18, 2018 Tread Uncategorized

Vodafone Foundation makes a grant to enable Treadlightly to appoint a Project Manager. http://worldofdifference.vodafone.co.uk/uk/mark-margetts/ The Vodafone Foundation, through its project “World of Difference” has made a grant to Treadlightly to enable it to employ a project manager for two months in early 2010. The application was made by Mark Margetts. Mark Margetts is appointed Project […]

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CCW GRANT

June 18, 2018 Tread Uncategorized

CCW confirms a grant to Treadlightly based on a set of objectives to be achieved by April 2010. The Welsh Assembly Government has been working towards curbing illegal off roading and better management of vehicular access to the countryside for some time through WORMS, the Welsh Off Road Motor Strategy and delivery of the WORMS […]

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TREADLIGHTLY TRUST

June 18, 2018 Tread Uncategorized

Treadlightly-UK becomes “The Treadlightly Trust” Treadlightly-UK becomes “The Treadlightly Trust”, registered charity number 1133154 w/e from 7th December 2009. The anti vehicle movement has been very successful in exploiting the antics of the irresponsible minority and convincing public and politicians alike that the responsible majority should be restricted. It has been recognised for some time […]

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CCW TREADLIGHTLY SEMINAR REPORT

June 18, 2018 Tread Uncategorized

Motorised Recreation in the Countryside and ‘treadlightly!’ A seminar and workshop was facilitated by CCW in February to explore opportunities to contribute to the management of motorised recreation in the countryside through encouraging responsible behaviour. Motorised recreation in the countryside, both on motor bikes and in four-wheel drive vehicles, is currently a contentious issue in […]

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