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Cycle shelters in Staffordshire

Cycle shelters in Staffordshire

 

Staffordshire is home to Alton Towers and Drayton Manor theme parks, and many other tourist attractions including five castles, Lichfield Cathedral and Croxden Abbey. It's diverse cycling country. In the north and in the south, the county is hilly, with wild moorland in the far north and Cannock Chase an area of natural beauty in the south. In the middle regions, the landscape is low and undulating. Throughout the entire county there are vast and important coalfields. In the southern part there are also rich iron ore deposits. The largest river is the Trent.

Surprisingly, Staffordshire is home to the highest village in Britain, Flash. Situated on Staffordshire Moorlands, it stands at 1,518ft above sea level. Its highest village status was confirmed in 2007 by the BBC's 'The One Show'.

Getting on your bike for those journey to work is a also a great way to get fit and healthy. But you can’t expect people to cycle to work if they can’t have a shower or store their bike safely when they get there. That's where employers and organizations can play a part by providing cycle shelters to encourage families to cycle their way to better health. Grants may be available for the provision of bike shelters. For cycle shelters in Staffordshire, please see this company. They will provide you with a bespoke service that includes a free site survey and quotation. An experienced surveyor will discuss with you exactly what you desire from a cycle shelter, offering expertise where necessary to ensure the finished article is exactly what you were looking for and more. Click here for examples of cycle shelters in Staffordshire.

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