Cheshire East Countryside Rangers have announced that the Biddulph Valley Way is now open to all walkers, cyclists and equestrians after the surface renewal. A lovely new surface it is too!
As of the beginning of April 2019 the Cheshire East rangers have informed us that the resurfacing of the Biddulph Valley Way from Brunswick Wharf to the Stone Cottages is now complete. This means that walkers and cyclists can use this section without restriction, Equestrians are still unable to use this section until the surface beds down, We will advise when this is totally open,
You may be interested in a film next week – Wednesday 13 March – at the Foxlowe arts centre, Stockwell St, Leek ST13 6AD.
The 90 minute film is called “Bikes vs Cars” and looks at 5 major cities. The film starts at 7.45 and the bar opens at 7 pm.
For further information see https://www.foxloweartscentre.org.uk/calendar/
Cheshire East Rangers have advised us that the Biddulph Valley Way, between Brunswick Wharf and the railway viaduct at Stone Cottages, will be undergoing some maintenance over the next month or so. We are advised that NCN55 will not be closed during this period but users should be aware of contractors’ equipment, movements and earthworks. The route WILL be closed to equestrian users during this period. When we know when the work will be complete we will post that news.
Good news that the Department of Transport is reviewing the Highway Code to include issues that put off cyclists i.e. close overtaking, and opening car doors without checking for other road users.
Read the announcement and also note that there is reference to a consultation about possible new laws and penalties relating to death/serious injury caused by dangerous or careless cycling. This consultation ends at 11:45pm on 5 November 2018 so be sure to access it to add your comments. The very last Read more [...]
Lots going on behind the scenes in Congleton with discussions with town councillor and deputy mayor Suzie Ackers-Smith and CE cllr David Brown over tweaks to make cycling around town easier, and longer-term more major work to make the cycle route network less disjointed, and add a new circumnavigation of the town.
Also there are more cycling events in the pipeline for the town after the runaway success of the Cheshire leg of the Tour of Britain. These events are fun, raise Read more [...]
The 2017 edition of the cycle network map for South East Cheshire is now available, published by the South East Cheshire Cycle Action Group (SECCAG) .
The map is a collection of detailed town maps for Congleton, Middlewich, Holmes Chapel, Sandbach and Alsager, with a larger map of the area showing possible links between the towns.
View each part of the map on-line here:
Congleton Town Map
Middlewich Town Map
Holmes Chapel Town Map
Sandbach Town Map
Alsager Town Map
Where Read more [...]