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Robust response to ESCC’s greenway cuts

Reacting to East Sussex County Council’s arbitrary decision to cut funding for walking and cycling projects, Hastings Greenway Group has sent a robust response to County Hall stating its priorities and how it plans to see them implemented. Meanwhile greenway supporters walked the Conquest Hospital-Alexandra Park section of the proposed greenway network this weekend. Nick Terdre reports.

Cllr Dawn Poole at the bike hire hut

Beachside biking

Hire a bike at Pelham Beach and explore the area by pedal power. Good news for Hastings and St Leonards, which already has a thriving – and very creatively inspired – biking community. The 7km beachside traffic free cycle route is the perfect way to discover Hastings’ seafront and further afield. 

Posted 07:04 Thursday, May 12, 2016 In: Energy Wise Tags: , , , ,
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Cycle path?

Local cyclist, Barbara, has recently written on the Hastings Creatives website about the proposed cycle path through Alexandra Park in Hastings. Good idea or accident waiting to happen?

Posted 11:53 Tuesday, Aug 4, 2015 In: Home Ground Tags: , , ,
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Walking and cycling – tell them!

East Sussex County Council would like to hear your views about Hastings’ draft Walking and Cycling strategy, according to which a network of walking and cycle routes across the town is planned to encourage  short local journeys on foot and by bike, especially journeys to work, school and shopping facilities, writes HOT’s Chris Cormack.

Bexhill promenade courtesy http://my-bicycle-and-i.co.uk/

Bexhill promenade cycling approved

It will now be legal to cycle along Bexhill’s seafront. Rother District Council’s cabinet this week approved the promenade between Galley Hill and the toilets on West Parade as a public cycle route, writes Chris Cormack.

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Walkers and cyclists show the green way

Friday April 27 saw the launch of a major new campaign for greener, safer and more pleasant routes for walkers and cyclists in Hastings & St Leonards, in particular a proposal for a new track beside the railway linking Station Plaza to Ore Station and College Annexe in Parker Road. Ian Sier of Hastings Urban Bikes reports, in the week that also sees the official opening of the Bulverhythe Link and the related attempt at 1,000 Kissing Bikes – see here for our earlier story.

Posted 14:39 Saturday, May 5, 2012 In: Campaigns Tags: , ,
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