Demo Sat 10th Oct 11am at Hardings Way

Kevin Waddington wrote to ‎Climate Change – King’s Lynn: There will be a demonstration this Saturday 10th October at 11.00am at the South Lynn end of Hardings Way. This has been timed to correspond for the same weekend the actual roadworks on Hardings Way are scheduled to begin. It will be a good opportunity to ...

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Harding's Way: Baffling Failure of Public Health

In June 2018, KLWNBUG was invited to comment on a response from Norfolk's Director of Public Health that included "I am told the design meets all national design requirements, including Manual for Streets and current best practice, such as general principles from the London Cycle Design Standards. The Harding’s Way walking and cycling route will ...

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Happy 16th, Harding's Way!

SOUTH LYNN, 12th Oct 2019 -- A group of local residents, cyclists and walkers today celebrated 16 years of Harding's Way with music, cake and sweets. The tarmac Sustrans route was originally built in 2003, part-funded by a Safe Route to School grant. MJ Ray of KLWNBUG said: "It's amazing that South Lynn's great greenway ...

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KL Transport Study Stage Two: Good, Bad and Bizarre

Following discussion at this month's meeting, KLWNBUG broadly welcomes the proposed inclusion of the following cycling measures in the King's Lynn Transport Strategy: Tennyson Avenue pedestrian & cycle improvements (but see below about dismissing the bridge idea) Historic quayside cycle route Way-finding & signage provision (we call on the councils to adopt the local route ...

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Another 2m of Cycle Track Built!

Two years ago, we reported that cyclists crossing the new bridge over the River Nar from Central Park (known locally as balls-up park after the sculptural balls dotted around it) were expected to cross two metres of grass and jump off a high kerb if they wanted to join Sandpiper Way (in the development opposite ...

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Bike Week 2018

Well done! KLWNBUG's Bike Week programme is halfway through. On Saturday we had a "round town ramble" taking in some of the cycle-friendly country lanes that still survive inside the town's bypass, whereas last night "pedal and chat" headed off to enjoy the sunset among poppies and flowering thistles on West Winch Common, a 2½ ...

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