Our Ashton Court Greenway was celebrated in style on Friday 22 April two years after we completed it. In April 2020, as Covid was just beginning to have an impact on all our lives, Greenways and Cycleroutes completed the construction of the Ashton Court Greenway. A formal opening was not possible, so we simply took … More Ashton Court Greenway Official Opening
A Bristol City Council planning committee has given the green light to the new route despite concerns from council officers. The Greenways section is the southern part, a 1km long section of path along the old railway line that would link the existing Whitchurch Way to the River Avon Path and the centre of Bristol. … More Brislington Tramway gets the go-ahead
On 4 March 2022, the Lord Lieutenant of Somerset, Annie Maw, opened the Dulcote LInk. This new section of the Strawberry Line links the route out of Wells to Dulcote Quarry. The route is ideal for leisure and commuting – it offers spectacular views of Wells Cathedral, and provides a commuter link between Wells and … More Opening of the Strawberry Line Dulcote link
The Dean Forest Greenway planning application has now been submitted to Forest of Dean District Council. You can see the main document here Please send in any letters of support direct to the District Council via their web-site: https://www.fdean.gov.uk/planning-and-building/planning-permission/view-planning-applications/ press search for a planning application, and enter P1913/21/FUL in the search bar. Then choose comments … More Dean Forest Greenway Planning Application submitted
Greenways and Cycleroutes Limited organised a third volunteer workcamp from 18 to 25 September 2021 based at the National Diving and Activity Centre at Tidenham, near Chepstow, with the aim of adorning the Wye Valley Greenway, opened on 1 April 2021. 53 volunteers put in 228 working days. 26 were day visitors, and 27 stayed … More Wye Valley Workcamp and works of delight
On 3 September we obtained final consents for a route linking the existing cycle path from Wells to Dulcote Quarry. The route was the idea of the Strawberry Line group, has been designed by Greenways, funded by Mendip and local contractors Goldings have started work.
On 24 August we opened a link between the Waddesdon Greenway at Aylesbury Vale Parkway station and Haydon Hill, and the Emerald Way to the town centre. John Grimshaw of Greenways came up with the idea, designed the route, obtained all the permissions and supervised construction, Greenfords built it, Buckinghamshire Council were the clients, and … More New route in Aylesbury opens
We are proud to announce that the Wye Valley Greenway is now open to the public between Sedbury Lane and the Wireworks Bridge in Tintern. More details are available on our volunteers website https://www.wyevalleygreenway.org/