If you enjoy sparkling lights, cycling and community, get stuck into Bike Lights, a fantastic lit bicycle parade taking place in Bodmin this October.
With the nights drawing in and the colder weather starting to creep up on us, Bike Lights is a lovely event that celebrates community, creativity and bringing people together.
Organised by Wadebridge Creative Hub CIC, the Bike Lights parade will take place in Bodmin on Friday, 14th October.
This year, Bike Lights is being supported by a number of local businesses, FEAST, Wadebridge Town Council, Bodmin Town Council and Bude-Stratton Town Council to bring the three events to Wadebridge, Bodmin and Bude. The theme for this year’s Bike Lights is the ‘Atlantic Highway’.
To take part in Bike Lights, the requirements are simple: just turn up with a decorated bike, pushchair, mobility scooter or wheelchair and give a donation!
There will be a Bike Lights decorating workshop on Thursday, 13th October, 4.30pm at the Shire House Suite, ahead of the Bike Lights parade on the Friday, assembling at 5.45pm at Priory Park, near the football club, for a 6.45pm start.
For more information about Bike Lights and how to get involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org.