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AdnamsGirl
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An article from todays EDP about the proposals for a new "Three Rivers Way" footpath to run from Hoveton to Potter Heigham.

http://new.edp24.co.uk/content/news/story.aspx?brand=EDPOnline&category=News&tBrand=edponline&tCategory=news&itemid=NOED16%20Apr%202008%2009%3A23%3A44%3A263


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     I for one will enjoy the walk,


cheers take care
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hi' i agree with the comments about the dangers of the A1062, i for one would love to walk the route and also cycle it, just hope it comes into being soon....not getting any younger..lol.......cheers noddy

trying to keep only air on the inside...noddy

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Just the sort of thing for the BA to get involved in to help justify its presence!!!!!! Wink

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excellent idea. make a fantastic walk to tire the dog out...

cheers andy.

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What a lovely walk that would be Smile
IT would be great if it happened.

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"The association also hopes that schools could arrange trips along the path and the route will boost the local economy and tourist sites such as Bewilderwood."

thats great news and such a great idea.


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Can't wait... what a lovely idea. Molly and Lizzy will look forward to piddling on a few fence posts...

They are the dogs, by the way... Wink

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It could be great for cyclists, as it would link up with the cycle way alongside the Bure Valley Railway to provide a route all the way to Aylesham.

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It is a good idea. I will go to the meeting on Friday and let you know what is said.
I had heard there is some opposition from landowners and the route is not finalised, so it is not a done deal yet.

On a related topic, I often see people walking along the main road from Ludham Bridge towards the village. There are no footpaths and lots of blind corners so it is quite a dangerous thing to do. The thing is that there are two alternative public footpaths (and a third route on a quiet country lane) which run from Ludham Bridge to the village and allow you to bypass the main road altogether. Perhaps it is a matter of signs?

Nigel
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