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Wheely Tots launches Early Years Toolkit

Since February, Wheely Tots has been supporting the Mayor of London’s Early Years Campaign. We have been finding out and sharing information with families about early years provision in and around the West Green ward in Haringey. Lots of children in Haringey are eligible for a free early learning place in a nursery, children’s centre, […]

Become a Wheely Tots cycling ambassador – free training provided

Wheely Tots is looking for Haringey residents to become ambassadors: local people who promote getting around by bike and on foot to their friends and family. Examples of some of the things that an ambassador might do include: wearing a Wheely Tots tabard; volunteering at one of our sessions or events; sharing knowledge about safe cycling […]

Get involved with our Women & Girls Project

Wheely Tots is looking for partners for an initiative which aims to support women and girls to become more confident and safer cyclists. What? The kinds of activities we can deliver with you include: – Cycling training and group rides – Balance bike sessions for mothers (or aunts or grandmothers!) and toddlers – Bike maintenance […]

Ride Events 11 May 2019

Where are the 2019 events ? Saturday 11 May 11am to 4pm Abney Park Fayre – book here Sunday 27 January at Wheely Tots Family Cycling Showroom 1-5pm and to let us know you’re coming book here Find out about how you can cycle as a family in London…Toddlers upwards and pre natal advanced planners […]

Family Buddy Up Project – Theory of Change

There is loads of guidance and help on the internet about Theories of Change  (ToC) how to do them, why  they should be done etc etc.  The first ToC we ever did for our family buddy up project here are our tips Work with someone who has done one before or hire a consultant (we’re […]

Pollution Sensor

One of our awesome families developed an open source pollution sensor that measures PM10 , 2.5 and NOx along with temperature, humidity and pressure and plots all this data on a map! Why Do Wheely Tots like this? Because families can Build a sensor themselves (as a fun and slightly challenging activity!) Use the sensor […]