Riverfront Consultation - Group Responses

With reference to the King's Lynn Riverfront Delivery Plan, King's Lynn and West Norfolk Bike Users Group would like to express its absolute opposition to the proposal to open Harding's Way to all traffic. This route, which was originally open only to cyclists and pedestrians, and was opened to buses in 2011, currently provides a ...

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Letter: proposed Marsh Lane development

Previously on KLWNBUG... we criticised the initial plans for the new Lynnsport-Edward Benefer Way road that would have replaced part of the Sandringham Railway cycle path and added dangerous crossings; and then our volunteers (Pete, Rob, myself and many others - including friends at our national body Cyclenation and the charities Sustrans and CTC) helped ...

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Planning Round-up: KL Marsh Lane / DM Bexwell Road / Ringstead Chapel Lane / Clenchwarton Wildfields / Watlington Mill Road

Responding to proposed plans for new buildings and changes is one of the few ways that we can tell developers what local cyclists want. Sadly, many developers either come from far away places where few people cycle or they seem simply not to understand what local cycling policies mean or something. Council officers spot some ...

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Fawkes in the Walks

Fawkes in the Walks is on Friday 6th November, with the bonfire being lit at half six and fireworks from 8pm. More details are on the borough council website. Why not freewheel into town and avoid getting stuck in traffic? This year, there's a new 60-space cycle park with lockers on the ground floor of ...

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Sand Line Cycleway Closure 6-15 June

The cycleway linking Fairstead, Gaywood and the Sand Line Bridge with Tennyson Avenue in King's Lynn is closed from 6th to 15th June for resurfacing. This is very welcome as the route is now in very poor condition. We are concerned however that as yet there is no signed diversionary route. This is an extremely ...

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