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By Haddenham Webteam - 25th November 2019 12:01am
Public Views sought on aspiration for Haddenham-to-Thame Greenway
Buckinghamshire County Council is seeking people's views on its aspirational Haddenham and Thame Greenway scheme, a plan for an off-road walking and cycling route connecting Haddenham & Thame Parkway Station and Thame.
Buckinghamshire is working in partnership with Oxfordshire County Council and Sustrans to investigate this scheme.
Today (Monday 25th November) the County Council is launching an online survey to see how local people currently travel between these locations and the potential benefits of an off-road route.
Complete the short online survey using the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/HaddenhamThameGreenway
The survey, which is open for responses from Monday 25th November until Monday 9th December 2019, will also be added to the County Council consultation web page.
Questions about the survey: email GDSmailbox@buckscc.gov.uk
For further information please contact: Richard Wells, on 01296 382444
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