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Barton's Cooks River Cycle 10am Sun 6 Dec 2020

This is a "by invitation only" cycle day starting from Freshwater Park (corner Ada and Wilson) Strathfield at 10am then along the cycleway beside the Cooks River with Ross Liddle as guide.

Those arriving by train at Strathfield Station can go along Redmyre Rd, Baker Rd then Wilson St to reach the park.

This event was a good idea in the first place and also supports the "Banks wants a clean recovery" petition which includes environment restoration. Our aim is to enjoy the river as a group with no fixed agenda and no prize for finishing first.

You dont have to live in Banks electorate to sign the petition, a clean recovery benefits everyone. "Banks wants a clean recovery", sign here

Publicity photos will be taken so let the organisers know if you dont wish to be included.

What: GetUp Barton Group's Cooks River Cycle
When: Sunday 6th December 2020, 10am
Where: at Freshwater Park Strathfield (corner Ada and Wilson)
Bring: Everything you need including a mask for when we stop

Maximum 10 people to comply with Getup policy and no +1s ie just you.

With so few places its important that you turn up if you rsvp and if something "comes up", please let Mark Rogers know promptly at [email protected] so you can hopefully be replaced.

Temperatures will be taken on the day and your street address is needed to participate.  DONT attend if you feel unwell. 

Contact: Mark at [email protected] with any questions

Looking forward to cycling with you by the river,
Mark, Ross and the Barton Teams
including Banks, Bayside, Canterbury Bankstown and Georges River areas.

We acknowledge that we meet and work on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We  pay respect to their elders and acknowledge the important role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to play within Australia and the GetUp community.

December 06, 2020
10am - 1pm
Freshwater Park
Freshwater Park Strathfield corner Ada and Wilson
Sydney, NSW 2135
Mark Rogers ·
Jakki Trenbath Catharine Clements

Will you come?