Have your say on the Letchworth Garden City Greenway

With 13.6 miles of beautiful countryside, the Garden City Greenway is popular with cyclists and walk

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

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:

"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."


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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.

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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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