Have your say on the Letchworth Garden City Greenway

PUBLISHED: 17:20 13 September 2019 | UPDATED: 17:20 13 September 2019

With 13.6 miles of beautiful countryside, the Garden City Greenway is popular with cyclists and walkers. Picture: Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation

With 13.6 miles of beautiful countryside, the Garden City Greenway is popular with cyclists and walkers. Picture: Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation

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Letchworth Garden City Greenway wants to hear from you.

The Garden City Heritage Foundation is running a survey where you can share your views on how the 13-mile route of countryside can be improved.

All suggestions are welcome, and will be heard by Friends of the Greenway, a new group of volunteers helping to keep the popular route in good condition.

Elizabeth Towler, Strategic Landscape Architect, at Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation said:

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"There is huge scope for the community to get involved in helping us make the Greenway better for all its users. We are currently running a survey and the Friends of the Greenway group will help us implement the suggestions that come from this."

The Garden City Greenway was opened in 2003 as a commemoration of Letchworth's first centenary.

The Greenway is a popular route enjoyed by walkers and cyclists, with several stopping points along the way - including Radwell Meadows, Wymondley Woods and Willian Pond.

The survey closes on Sunday, September 15.

To have your say before the deadline, visit letchworth.com/what-we-do/leisure/greenway-survey.


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