2017 is Interlinkx CiC & CC Hackney's tenth year.

2007 - 2017 It's Interlinkx CiC & CC Hackney's tenth year. Interlinx CiC, is also responsible for CC Hackney's HQ/house and home as well as leading on fund raising & community outreach. We are celebrating ten years since founding in 2007. CC Hackney came into being later in the same year, so expect special events along side MiHS (Made in Hackney Sound) to mark this anniversary in 2017. Happy new year!


Sunday, 19 March 2017

One of Interlinkx CiC's supported riders hits the heights

Congratulations Anoushka Minale of CC Hackney (supported by Interlinkx CiC)  for her second place in the March Hare circuit race classic last Saturday. - well done Anoushka, keep it coming!

Monday, 13 March 2017

Ride, play and ride again. Two ICiC & CC Hackney supported youth groups visit Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Saturday 11th March 2017 - 2pm
Cycling Club Hackney and Interlinkx CiC would like to thank Sported for alerting us and forwarding to our youth group leaders the entry pass tickets to see an excellent performance of William Shakespeare's; The Taming of the Shrew. It was at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre London SE1 and If it wasn't for this we'd most probably not of made it down to see it. After the show The Globe's education director Patrick Spottiswoode came on stage to thank everyone involved and especially the sponsors; The Deutche Bank's Corporate Citizenship Committee. All of our youngsters and adults enjoyed the visit and are keen to come back again, the Globe may well need more bike racks outside in future.


    

Patrick Spottiswoode, Ryan Da Costa, Israel Oketade, Reyko King Sutherland, Tyesha Daley, Unais Bin-Dawud, Antoine Fofanah, Jakob Ukote, Keir Apperley

Outside before the performance.

Inside, the show is getting ready to start.

After the show CC Hackney coach Neil Irons at the wedding table minus his 9 strong youth group, they were in the cafe already:)


Giuliana Mollinari with our young riders.
Ready for the ride home to Hackney, topped up with fine words, better than as the best food going!

Never heard this before... everyday phrases that came from the Bard William Shakespeare.

“BREAK THE ICE”: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, ACT I, SCENE II

If it be so, sir, that you are the man must stead us all, and me amongst the rest, and if you break the ice and do this feat, achieve the elder, set the younger free for our access, whose hap shall be to have her will not so graceless be to be ingrate.” — Tranio (as Lucentio)

"FAIR PLAY": THE TEMPEST, ACT V, SCENE I

“Yes, for a score of kingdoms you should wrangle, and I would call it fair play.” — Miranda

On the way out for those that missed it on the last trip - we made time to check and respect the site of The Battle of Cable Street.