Using locally-tailored packages we provide a real alternative to the car for trips to schools, colleges and universities, reducing congestion, improving journey reliability and boosting local economies.
- From - to: Long Eaton to Heanor
- Distance: 10 miles
- Terrain: Traffic free path
- National Cycle Network: National Route 67
Completing a path in the heart of the National Forest has given local residents and tourists the opportunity to enjoy the areas attractions on foot or by bike
Improving access routes in and around Leicestershire’s Watermead Park has reconnected local people with a peaceful retreat from city life
Connecting Leasingham and Sleaford with a traffic-free route and creating improved links into the town centres has encouraged local residents to travel on foot and by bike more often
New cycling routes have reconnected local residents to the city centre and surrounding countryside
Local demand led to a much needed and well used traffic-free route for walking and cycling that has transformed everyday travel
Route 426 is a spur from the longer Route 46 which travels between Droitwich and Neath. At Kentchurch there is the option to take Route 426 into the beautiful Monnow Valley. Kentchurch is a lovely village in Herefordshire that is home to the fantastic Kentchurch Court - a historic house and Grade I listed building dating back to the 14th century which has a deer park.