Hasn’t it heard – doesn’t it read the Waverley Web? – A Hambledon councillor has met with the heads of Network Rail and SW trains and MP Jeremy Hunt to bring back the Horsham to Guildford railway line along the Downslink through Cranleigh.
Here’s what The Cranleigh Civic Society says:
Some people think that other countries are much better at encouraging outdoor activities; even for those who can only go for walks, bike rides and push-chairs or wheelchairs travel.
Have you ever visited French, German, American or other areas where it’s just normal to find well-maintained paths in and around towns, villages and the countryside? Are those places popular with good quality tourists?
So how would it be if money from all the building works was spent of making sure we have a great footpath all along the Downs Link?
Wouldn’t it be great to no longer fear the railway line after rain for all the black mud created up one’s back when cycling, all over the dogs and unable to use pushchairs and wheelchairs?
(Not quite sure what it actually means in the paragraph above? – Do cyclists ride roughshod over dogs over there in Cranleigh?
Our Waverley would have to be made very aware of this public desire. Let us know – by contacting us directly!