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Have your say on Norfolk's 'greenways'

Have your say on Norfolk's 'greenways'

Published by Grace Mcgachy
6:00am 19th January 2019.

Traffic free paths that link places we live and work could be coming to Norfolk.

The Greenways would be designed to be good for walkers, cyclists, horse riders as well as boosting local biodiversity.

As far as possible the routes would follow former railway lines, running from Aylsham to Stalham, from King's Lynn to Fakenham, and from King's Lynn to Hunstanton.

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Any new Greenways in Norfolk would join a number that are already in use across the country.

The traffic free paths link places that people live and work, and can join together wildlife habitats.

At a series of events starting today (15th Jan), and via an online questionnaire, people will be able to give their views on the proposed three new routes, their design and locations.

For more information on the events, the project, and to complete the online questionnaire click here

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