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Complete the missing link in the Tarka Trail between Meeth Quarry nature reserve and the Market town of Hatherleigh

315 Signatures Goal: 1,000

The county council is developing a country wide network of railway paths. The Tarka Trail is one of the flagship routes in Devon, with 32 miles of traffic free path, but this has a missing link between Meeth and the Market town of Hatherleigh. The route currently follows an interim, on road via Sheepwash which is circuitous and hilly, and does not realise the benefit of an off road Trail. Connecting the Tarka Trail to the existing path at Made-Well on to Hatherleigh will better connect this Market town to the strategic cycle network, bringing a range of benefits.

Your support is vital in ensuring the missing link in the Tarka Trail is completed.

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April 17
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Petition has reached 100 signatures!
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  • Digby Greenhill
    Digby Greenhill United Kingdom
    Apr 24, 2017
    Apr 24, 2017
    A safe and sensible route for all to enjoy the Tarka Trail.
  • Paul Butter
    Paul Butter United Kingdom, Taunton
    Apr 24, 2017
    Apr 24, 2017
    A through off-road route to Hatherleigh would encourage trade in the town and also engage people with nature on the way.
  • Andrew Gooch
    Andrew Gooch United Kingdom, Barnstaple
    Apr 24, 2017
    Apr 24, 2017
    Sounds logical!
  • Chris Baines
    Chris Baines United Kingdom, Yeovil
    Apr 24, 2017
    Apr 24, 2017
    Being keen cyclists, my wife and I would love this extension of the Tasks trail to go ahead. It would also boost trade in Hatherleigh
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    Darren Whitby United Kingdom
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