Some of the dips at the south end of the trail that turn into large puddles after heavy rain have been filled in with some kind of aggregate.
Havant Borough Council has installed a new shared cycle path along the promenade. The new path is intended to improve access to the beaches and is shared with pedestrians, wheelchairs and mobility scooters. This will help Hayling satisfy the conditions needed to retain its two Blue Flag beaches.
From the Sustrans ‘Get me active’ web site…
Take the Commuter Challenge – 1st to 31st May – Commute by bike, train, boat, bus, on foot or car-sharing during May for your chance to win fantastic prizes!
See www.myjourneyhampshire.com/challenge for more information
Please sign this government epetition calling on the government to implement the recommendations from the parliamentary cycling group.
Click here to access the petition.
The All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group has just issued a report calling for urgent action on cycling.
One clear message is the need for consistent funding. While Dutch cities reap “massive economic benefits from consistent cycling investment”, now at £24 a head, outside of London in England less than £2 is spent, it says, while Scotland and Wales recently increased cycling spending. Read more at cycling weekly.
We’re sorry, but we’ve had to change the date of the next meeting from May 1st to May 8th. Same time (7pm) and location (West Town Community Centre).