Saturday 18th Feb. 9.30am to 4.30pm
Cycling in Oxford is a very good idea (it’s often the fastest way of getting round the city and
research has shown that the more people cycle, the safer it becomes) but if you’re not used to
cycling in traffic there are some important things you need to know to keep yourself safe.
Before you cycle in Oxford
If you are involved in an accident, make sure that you get professional help either at the John
Radcliffe Hospital (01865 741166) or from the Hall doctor.
To report a stolen bike contact the local Police station (0845 8 505 505) and also, if your bike is
registered, the University Security Services (01865 272944).
On Saturday 7th November, the Dominican Order launched its 800th jubilee with celebrations at Santa Sabina in Rome, and an online Twitter campaign.