Lottery millions for Yorkshire cycling showcase 'will enhance UK as world leading host'
0 Have your say Millions of pounds of National Lottery funding for the 2019 UCI Road World Cycle Championships will help Yorkshire enhance the UK's reputation as a world leading host, says the head of UK Sport. The agency, responsible for the strategic investment of Lottery cash, partnered Welcome to Yorkshire, British Cycling and the Government's Department for Culture, Media and Sport. in the successful bid.
Yorkshire defeated rivals from Colombia, Canada, Italy and Germany.
t means the White Rose county will again get to host one of the biggest sporting events on the planet - with 1,000... read more
- 11:42 READER PICTURE: Fergus the Labradoodle helping to keep Skegness...
- 11:42 VIDEO: Lincolnshire Trading Standards officers film video guide on...
- 11:42 MP backs wildlife charity campaign on river health
- 11:41 Big Fat Gypsy Weddings star Paddy Doherty to attend funeral for...
- 11:41 Benefit pilot leaves most in rent arrears
- 11:41 Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho enjoys challenge of Arsenal, Chelsea and...
- 11:41 Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam: New challenger makes major claim...
- 11:41 VIDEO: Lincolnshire Trading Standards officers film video guide on...
- 11:41 Pound V euro: GBP drops as UK wage squeeze bites into retail sales
- 11:41 MP backs wildlife charity campaign on river health
- 11:40 New Zealand's next prime minister aims for a more liberal path
- 11:40 Why Man City star Nicolas Otamendi has to take an exam
- 11:40 One Manchester United transfer caused Steven Gerrard to say 'Oh no!'
- 11:39 'I've played in nearly every position': Coventry's utility player...
- 11:39 Hartlepool sees rise in benefit claimants in the last month
- 11:39 Families and friends celebrate Amazon Doncaster’s new team
- 11:39 Bill Clinton holds talks with Theresa May about Northern Ireland
- 11:39 Reveller knocked out in unprovoked attack outside the Cube in Poulton
- 11:39 Man charged with criminal damage at pawn shop
- 11:39 Bionical and Anytime Fitness among sponsors backing 2017 Derby...
- 11:38 Shelley crash case now sent to coroner
- 11:38 Egremont scout group's fundraising night supports two charities
- 11:38 Withnell Fold group clean up green spaces
- 11:38 Members of Melton church celebrate £12,000 grant donation
- 11:37 Which Cumbria restaurant makes the UK's top 10 according to...
- 11:37 Wood fires fine hat-trick in impressive Liversedge win
- 11:36 Jose Mourinho to manage Arsenal? Man Utd boss told he is never...
- 11:36 Coton-in-the-Elms pre-school appeal to businesses to back its...
- 11:36 ‘Racist’ nursing textbook saying ‘Jews may be demanding’ pulled...
- 11:36 The ten most common illnesses this winter - and how to avoid them