TFGM help support Jobseekers and Apprentices into employment by funding sustainable travel. TFGM help Jobseekers and Apprentices to obtain a bicycle and equipment supplied through CERA Cycloan to assist with cost effective travel, and people can also access funded maintenance courses (see our course page for more details).
From January 2018 to December 2018 supported by TFGM the team at CERA Cycloan have supplied over 125 bicycles and kits of equipment to Jobseekers and Apprentices referred to us by this scheme.
These bicycles provide practical assistance for people commuting to and from their place of work, that’s approximately 10 people per month benefiting from the scheme via CERA Cycloan.
Our quality small team of volunteers are committed to working alongside our staff to productively engage with young people and adults experiencing life challenges. They are also encouraged and empowered to feed into a variety of tasks from assisting with the direction of the company, attending festivals, leading free bike rides and much more…
Even our regular staff volunteer some of their time for free. You may ask why? The simple answer is…
We are a bonded team, who support each other and who invest in communities and the individuals who live in them.
Because of this we are proud to say we have been awarded The Queens Award for the voluntary aspects of our work.
Did you know that our Ride Leaders facilitate regular FREE bike rides?
We work together with Stockport Community Cycle Club and our rides are short, inclusive, fun, engaging and if the weather is not appropriate we have a wet weather plan to ensure engagement at its best.
So if the weather is bad… and we decide not to ride you could be in our Cycle Mechanics workshop, at no cost to you, learning how to keep your bike in action or in our Arts and Design workshop having fun creating items whilst at the same time meeting like minded people.
13yrs and over to partake
Listen to and respect ride leader instructions
Ensure your bike is in a fit state to ride
Display sensible riding behaviour
Have fun learning bike skills (in appropriate location)