The planning application for the cycle trail at Plymbridge was approved by Plymouth City Council in December 2012. Construction is due to begin in Spring 2013. To keep up-to-date with progress visit the National Trust’s Plym Valley Facebook page.
Working with the National Trust we are planning a single track cycle trail in National Trust owned woods at Plymbridge, on the outskirts of Plymouth, Devon.
Plymbridge’s excellent access by bike and foot and its proximity to a large population provides a great opportunity for as many people as possible to benefit from the proposed trails. The proposed facility will be an asset for the local population and will encourage visitors to Plymouth to explore the wider rural area towards Tavistock and beyond.
The proposed cycle trail is aimed at novice and intermediate riders. By providing a formal trail the Trust wishes to encourage enjoyment of this site by new audiences. The National Trust is a body with conservation at its core and has worked hard to conserve the wildlife value of these woodlands for many years, and will continue to manage the woodlands with conservation at the forefront. Through this new trail the National Trust would like to increase the opportunities for members of the public to enjoy and appreciate the woodlands.
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