Waverley deliver Cycle Shelters

Godalming Cycle Campaign members Martin Archer and Martyn Sandford were delighted to attend the launch of Waverley’s Cycle Shelter in Crown Court Godalming with Cllr Clare Weightman and Cllr Steve Williams.

Martin Archer said:

“Godalming Cycle Campaign are delighted to support the latest initiative of Godalming Town Council and Waverley Borough Council to improve facilities for cyclists.

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Greenway section upgraded – Dagley Lane

We are delighted that the first phase of Dagley Lane surfacing – a key part of the Guildford Godalming Greenway, has now been completed. The harder link across to the water works and Shalford Park is due to be upgraded in the summer. We really look forward to riding this completed link.

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A plan for improving walking and cycling – LCWIP

We are all anxious to see better facilities for walking and cycling.  Sadly, you don’t need to look far to find truly awful examples of ‘facilities’ that do nothing for active travel.  A few even make things worse.  Some are just lines on maps or signs on posts.

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Community ‘Planning Gain’ at New Way welcomed

Walking and Cycling into Godalming from Ockford Ridge and Aarons Hill has become so much more accessible and pleasurable with the upgrading of the paths that join up with the Meath Home side of Godalming station. This has been possible due to ‘Planning Gain’, using finance from the Cala Homes Ockford Park development.

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Changes to The HighWay Code

The code’s newly stated aim is to: “… promote safety on the road, whilst also supporting a healthy, sustainable and efficient transport system.”

Several welcome changes have been introduced to help make cyclists and pedestrians (especially children, older adults and disabled people) feel and be safer on the roads.

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New all-weather cycle and walking trail across Thursley Common

Thursley Common

Access to Thursley National Nature Reserve and links between Elstead and Milford is now easier by improvements to the bridleway and walking trails by Surrey County Council. This follows a campaign to improve links between Elstead and Milford so that they can be used year-round for cyclists and walkers exploring the area known for its wildlife,

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Ride100 – Charity Place

Local Guildford/Godalming charity The Prostate Project has 3 charity places for this year’s Ride 100. This year the route leaves Victoria Embankment and heads out to Essex before returning to finish at Tower Bridge.
If you would like to raise money for the charity,

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Funding for Guildford Godalming Greenway

Funding has been allocated to do research on the spine route from Guildford to Godalming.

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