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From where the Blackwell trial crosses Fordbridge Lane until the 'track' just past Martin's boundary, there is no footpath. There is some very uneven soil/grass, some flat grass and some gravel. The pathson the Blackwell side and on the So ... [more]

From where the Blackwell trial crosses Fordbridge Lane until the 'track' just past Martin's boundary, there is no footpath. There is some very uneven soil/grass, some flat grass and some gravel. The paths on the Blackwell side and on the S ... [more]

The new development at Van Dyk Village has created a completely car-dependent residential area. Anyone with young children living here will have no choice but to shuttle them around, and they will have no independence. There is no walkable ... [more]

Visibility is very poor when crossing this main road on horseback. Trees and hedges need cutting back/removing. Additional measures are needed to slow the traffic down adequately to allow safe crossing here.

Visibility is very poor when crossing the main road on horseback. Tree and hedging needs cutting back/removing. Additional measures need installing to slow traffic down adequately to allow safe passage at this crossing.

There is no pavement on this road heading towards the industrial estate meaning most people use their cars. It would be much safer for cyclists too as drivers tend to increase their speed on this road.

Narrow near the bus shelter and along the field lane. Perhaps clearing under the hedges will make the pathway wider.

Would be great to safely cycle up and down the B6019, link up Alfreton train station and South Normanton by safe cycle routing.

There should be a ramped connection to the Greenway here, or near here. Although a difficult engineering challenge it isn’t impossible

There is no pavement from the new roundabout at meadow lane to Pleasley roundabout .

Pavements for walking and mobility scooters

No cycle paths in the area. Very busy road.

No pavement along the very busy Hollin Hill Road. Add pavements.

Mill St is Clownes main shopping area, and is troubled by lots of through traffic - the pavements are too narrow for social distancing

Mill Street should be closed to through traffic to allow people to visit the shops while maintaining social distancing

There is a restrictive A Frame barrier at this entrance that causes many issues for people with restricted mobility or those using adapted bikes, as well as for anyone with a double pram. It should be removed

B 6417. A cycleway and footpath would open up access to lanes and footpaths Surrounding Clowne. The roads are very unsafe to walk on. Thank you.

Very narrow nowhere to pass without stepping into the road

Create a cycle/running route properly connecting Doe Hill Park and Silverhill Trail to Shirland/Higham

Road across with light for kids to cross not safe

Paths not wide enough for kids to walk to cycle they have go on road to pass not safe for kids

Road is appealing to cycle on and needs resurfacing

Road is appealing to cycle on and needs resurfacing

The paths are narrow and if you’re a lone cyclist trying to get past two horses riding two abreast or same with walkers or even other cyclists you’ve no chance of any of them moving. A cycle path would be fab. On the area from Teversal ... [more]

Not wide enough for kids when going to and from school they have go on roads to pass people not safe

This area needs a safe crossing point.

There is no safe connection between the Stockley Trail and Doe Lea nature reserve.

Crossing here should be upgrade to Toucan and delay time reduced considerably in favour of users

Path through the entire length of Slayley Green should be upgraded to allow shared use by walkers and cyclists

This connection from West Lea to the greenway should be upgraded

There seems no logical reason for the footpath not to connect through to the adjacent access road to the Arc, instead people have to walk a circuitous route crossing a busy road

This location has a dropped kerb but no direct path/cycleway to connect through to Ringer Lane

Narrow A frame prevents accessible access and precludes upgrade for cycling

A connection between Sheffield Road and the new Clowne Branch Line Greenway could be constructed here without significant loss of green space

A direct connection from teh new Clowne Branch Line Greenway to Creswell Rail station via Gypsy Lane is needed here

This existing path should be acquired, adopted as an ROW and developed as a walking/Cycling Link from the NE of Clowne to the new Branch Line Greenway

pile of old tree trunks and branches block the old railway line towards Syday Lane

Northbound view of bridge over Stockley Brook. Note the bridge structure is raised from the trail and is vertical - ok for MTB but not narrower section tyres.

Bridleway, can get very muddy in winter

Path over brook, not great for cyclists or people that can't jump currently. Could do with a little bridge over it, then it create ideal access from Shuttlewood to Seymour/Woodthorpe/Staveley without having to use the busy roads.

Railway bridge under Station Road. Large heap of earth currently prevents access through from Westthorpe Hills

Church Road between Stanfree and Shuttlewood Road, an old disused road, used to be nice but now not possible to cycle due to deep ruts, such a shame.

Church Road, Stanfree, hard to cycle due to deep ruts, used to be a nice lane to cycle on but now in a state of ruin.

The Buttermilk Lane bridge. The disused railway beneath the bridge is threatened by a proposal to infill beneath, preventing the establishment of a future greenway. A local group, Ride Bolsover is fighting this proposal

K-Barrier on High Street, Tibshelf, Derbyshire, preventnig access to the Tibshelf Ponds area and NCN67 for tricycles and Type 3 mobility scooters. Last remaining restrictive gate no Five Pits Trail. Also on National Cycle Network Path 67. S ... [more]

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