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Support the Watchtree Wheelers Cycle Track Bid

225 Signatures Goal: 100

We are currently seeking funding to support a new mile long cycle track within Watchtree Nature Reserve. It has come to our attention that some funding bodies ask for evidence of community involvement and support. We hope that by presenting the outcomes of this petition we will be able to demonstrate the huge number of supporters Watchtree Nature Reserve and The Watchtree Wheelers have. The proposed track will be a multipurpose, tarmac and traffic free route. The tracks main uses would be recreational rides for all people, coaching for disabled and disadvantaged riders using adapted cycles (including coaching for competition), Learn to Ride Training for all abilities and ages, Bikeability training for all ages and abilities (Road Safety) and the ideal training facility for local cycling and other sporting groups.

Please spare a second to add your support and help us prove how much our facilities mean to our many users.

Links

www.watchtreewheelers.co.uk
www.watchtree.co.uk
www.facebook.com/watchtreewheelers

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    tony mc neil United Kingdom
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    Janice Crabbe United Kingdom
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    Andrew Currie United Kingdom
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    Elaine Evans United Kingdom
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    Miranda Toppin United Kingdom
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    mike beckett United Kingdom
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    Roger Atkins United Kingdom
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    Pieter Rol United Kingdom
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    Stuart Lightfoot United Kingdom
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    Helen Benson United Kingdom
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    Jake Williams United Kingdom
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    William Paterson United Kingdom
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    Steven Corlett United Kingdom
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    Rowena Miller United Kingdom
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    Joyce Clark United Kingdom
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