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Groundwork Merton have announced the commencement of the project to enhance the existing walking and cycling route along the Wandle to ‘enhance the amenity value of the river and its hinterland'.
This project is in partnership with the London Boroughs of Wandsworth, Merton and Sutton, as well as Sustrans (the National Cycle Network's campaign name), and has a particular aim to fit it into the National Cycle Network as NCN route 22, but will provide landscaping, seats, information boards, and viewpoints.
A rolling 4 year program is envisaged, with the first 3 sections being Watermead Lane to Bishopsford Road, Plough Lane to Garratt Mills, and Garratt Mills to Rufus Business Centre.
The image on this page is from the new ‘Wandle Guide', published by Sutton Leisure Services, and available through the Museum shop at £4.95.
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Tramlink are now fostering a ‘Museum without Walls' scheme, an exciting project which links their stations to historic and heritage aspects on the route, currently limited to the Croydon area, but which will hopefully extend the full length of the route.