The latest post in our from the blogs series features an update regarding the England Coast Path. The update by Alison Hallas reports on the latest stretch of the England Coast Path. A look at the proposed map (below) shows the extent of this undertaking and also the scope the coast path will offer to enjoy the full extent of the English coastline, when finished in 2020
Another stretch of the coast, open for all
10 November 2016 by Alison Hallas
I recently joined the Norfolk Area Ramblers in a breezy Great Yarmouth for the launch celebration for the latest stretch of the England Coast Path.
The creation of the Coast Path is a requirement of the Marine and Coastal Access Act (2009), and requires Natural England to create both the path itself and areas of public access known as “spreading room” along the coastal margin. The path is due to be completed along the entirety of the coast of England by 2020.
As the newest recruit to the Ramblers’ Policy and Advocacy team, the occasion also gave me the chance to meet the dedicated team of volunteers who have been instrumental in making sure that this stretch of the England Coast Path provides the best walking experience… Read more
Read more England Coast Path: overview of progress