WREXHAM Council is hosting several free cycling courses across the city this month.

The courses will be delivered by Seiclo Clwyd Ltd, who deliver cycle training courses in primary schools across the county.

The instructors are qualified national standards cycling instructors, as well as being trained first aiders who hold enhanced DBS certificates.

These courses are funded by Welsh Government’s Road Safety Revenue Grant.

Firstly, you will need a roadworthy bike, and a cycling helmet is highly recommended.

You should come prepared wearing appropriate clothing for the weather conditions, such as waterproofs and gloves.

Access to Wrexham Council owned cycles and helmets could be organised as long as Seiclo Clwyd are provided with enough time and information.

Please also remember to bring water and some food/snacks to ensure good levels of concentration.

The courses will start with basic cycle handling away from traffic, progressing to quiet streets and then busier routes.

Each course is limited to 6 riders with courses taking place at 9.30am and 1.30pm on the following dates:

March – Monday 25, Tuesday 26, Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28.


The start location of your course will depend on the day it takes place (see below):

Monday – Acton Park

Tuesday – Stansty

Wednesday – Rhosddu

Thursday – Gwersyllt

Cllr Terry Evans, lead member with responsibility for Road Safety, said: “The free training courses will give adults and families the skills and knowledge needed to stay safe when cycling around Wrexham. It’s recommended to book your place early to avoid disappointment.”

To get more details or to book your place, you can email admin@seicloclwyd.com