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Cycling Time Trials

Cycling Time Trials is the National Governing Body for time trials.
The M&DTTA is a separate association of local clubs within the District,
They promote many events under CTT rules and award trophies.
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Updated 21 November

Cheshire

Uniform Operations Policy

1st Floor, Constabulary HQ

Clemonds Hey

Oakmere Road

Winsford,

Cheshire

CW7 2UA

Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester Police

Openshaw Complex,

Lawton Street,

Openshaw,

Manchester

M11 2NS

Derbyshire

The Chief Constable

Traffic Control Department

Derbyshire County Police H.Q.

Butterley Hall Ripley

Derbyshire   DE5 3RS     

email contact -  TRMN@Derbyshire.PNN.Police.UK

Staffordshire

Staffordshire Police HQ

Traffic Management Unit

Weston Road

Stafford

ST18 0YY

 

Lancashire

Lancashire Constabulary Headquarters,
Saunders Lane,
Hutton nr Preston,
PR4 5SB.

 

West Yorkshire

West Yorkshire Police Headquarters

PO Box 9

Wakefield

WF1 3QP

Under the current regulations it is only necessary to notify the police that an event is to take place; you are not seeking permission. Forms are available from the District Secretary or  can be downloaded at

              http://tinyurl.com/hkef34k

To comply with the regulations you need to send a police notification form to EACH of the constabularies within whose jurisdiction your event falls. For most promoters this will usually mean just one but if you are in doubt please check with the courses secretary who has complete details. You are advised to do this at least 8 weeks before the event and to ensure you can prove you have complied then either:-

1 - Obtain proof of posting.

2 - Enclose a stamped, self-addressed postcard with a request for acknowledgement of receipt or

3 - If using e-mail click on the 'sender requires a receipt’ box in your e-mail programme. You must also send a copy to the Assistant Secretary (Open Events) who is:

Mr Ian Ross  26, Brook Road, Lymm,  Cheshire,  WA13 9AH     

NOTE: If your event is in Cheshire then you can e-mail your notification. Use the MS Word document available on the CTT website and send it as an attachment to :-

abnormal.loads@cheshire.pnn.police.uk

(yes, that's right!) and then copied to the Open Event Secretary - Mr Ian Ross

Notifying the police