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Photo listing: tracks (problem)

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This listing only shows photos within Hinckley.
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Fruiting bushes take over the path making it difficult to avoid straying onto the cycle path - bushes need more regular trimming or pathway needs widening.

To whoever reads these comments and makes decisions to take forwards: Don't look at the map - actually go to J22 and try walking (or cycling) from Altar Stones Ln to Little Shaw Ln. It is a complete and utter death trap! This Junction … [more]

There is currently no path that continues around the park and in particular path access to the playground. This means that pushchairs have to be pushed over muddy and wet grass in order to reach the playground. This has resulted in a very … [more]

Rugby Road is very busy and the path narrow. Lorries and traffic are so close to pedestrians and waiting to cross the road I have to turn the pushchair sideways as there isn’t enough room on the path. Further up the road, houses have … [more]

Many people walk between Carlton and Market Bosworth on a regular basis. There is no footpath or pavement just mud and long grass for around 700m. Cars travel past at 60 - 70mph and pedestrians are blasted by the speed and often have to … [more]

This footpath is used a lot by workers cutting through to Sketchley Meadows industrial estate and needs upgrading especially around the stiles and gateways which become boggy in wet weather meaning it is impassable, resulting in people … [more]

Need to widen path to improve safety and add cycle lane

The pavement needs widening needing reduced car parking and pedestrian priority

There is no footpath, residents with children, walkers and cyclists from Earl Shilton going to woodland trust wood on other side of Clickers Way or to Watery Gate are forced to walk on road or rough grass verge. Very dangerous cars at 50 … [more]

Pedestrian crossing is dangerous. High speed traffic. Add in crossing signals.

The new pavement that has been installed is too narrow. Widening the pavement will help to maintain distancing whilst reducing traffic flow.

A wide, even and safe footpath all the way along station road.

Disabled access on and off the canal allowing wheelchair access and with a hand rail for the infirm.

Disabled access on and off the canal allowing wheelchair access and with a hand rail for the infirm.

Disabled access on and off the canal allowing wheelchair access and with a hand rail for the infirm.

Disabled access on and off the canal allowing wheelchair access and with a hand rail for the infirm.

Improvement of tow path to allow wheelchair use, double buggies and other people to use the tow path at all times of the year.

Disabled access to The Ashby Canal Conservation Area. Include hand rail for the infirm. Currently there is a very steep slope preventing disabled access.

A pathway wide and even enough to allow safe passage over the bridge for all types of pedestrians.

A safe wide even footpath, for residents of all ability. Walking from Stoke Golding to Dadlington and The Around the Village Circuit using Stoke Lane passing Stoke Golding wharf and St Margaret’s Church.

At least one path down Hinckley Road should be even enough and wide enough for all pedestrians to travel safely. This includes people old and young with poor balance, parents with double buggies etc. Ideally footpaths on both sides of the … [more]

Radical improvement of the curent footpath between Stoke Golding and the edge of Hinckley and Morrison’s Supermarket. This is currently very narrow and in places comes so close to the curb edge that it is frankly dangerous. The footpath … [more]

We have a large amount of pedestrian traffic walking down Groby Lane to both Bradgate Park and Groby. Due to the covid 19 distancing measures this causes pedestrians to walk into the road which usually has fast moving traffic, travelling … [more]

There is no footpath at all here. Please make one for safe foot passage between Anstey and Groby

Pavement too narrow and weeds grow over path

Overgrown yet busy public footpath, impossible to pass other people at a safe distance

Very narrow footpath, needs widening and extension of 20 mph

Very overgrown, covered in leaves, grass growing over

Very narrow uneven pavement. Widening and even surfacing needed.

Much pedestrian use from Groby Pool to Newtown Linford, but only partial footway. Need to improve and maintain existing road verges to avoid need to walk in road where there are ditches or mud. Preferably no more tarmac here.

The pavement here is terrible even for walking. You have to walk in the road along certain sections

Footpath along Stoke Road is a disgrace. The council have failed to maintain it over many, many years and is now unsafe and unusable by St Martin's pupils and indeed adults. In time a proper cycleway should be created in the verge.

Narrow pavements along Hinckley road towards village

Missing footpath for a short section on the south of station road

Footpath is very narrow. Heavily used by residents and primary school children.

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