Introduction

Proposed Cycle Route – Feniton to Ottery St Mary

Pupils at The King’s School, Ottery St Mary are proposing a new shared use cycleway which follows the old railway track starting at Feniton through to Ottery St Mary. This will eventually link up with a continuation through Tipton St John and onto Sidmouth.

This web site is used to help you access up-to-date information about progress.

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Between 80 and 100 residents flocked to Ottery’s Land of Canaan car park on 21 September for the start of a family cycle ride to Escot Park.

The event, organised by the Otter Trail cycle way campaign group, made an impact on the streets of Ottery, with the colourful “peloton” doing a quick and dramatic tour of Ottery town, before heading back to the Land of Canaan car park and over the new Connect-2 bridge.

  • Some photos from the Community Bike Ride from Ottery St Mary to Escot.

In The News

  • October 2013: Claire Wright reports on the Family Fun Ride in our Newsletter
  • August 2013: Jo Elliot pens the latest Newsletter
  • July 2013: The Otter Trail is featured in the Express and Echo
  • July 2013: The Ottery Gazette publishes an article by Simon Stokes on the Otter Trail
  • June 2013: The Otter Trail Group launch an on-line petition to allow the public to register their support.
  • May 2013: Sustrans select Ottery’s Connect 2 Bridge as one of the best examples of community development in the country.
  • Nov 2012:  CTC Exeter Newsletter
  • Oct 2012:  Express & Echo
  • Sep 2012: Local Councillor Claire Wright Supports Trail
  • Jul 2012:  Ottery Gazette

Links

  • King’s School Cycle Path Facebook Page
  • Cyclescape Index
  • Cyclescape Page
  • Map of Proposed Route between Feniton and Ottery St Mary
  • Map of Proposed Route between Feniton, Ottery St Mary, Tipton and Sidmouth
  • Photos of Proposed Route
  • Geolocated Photos along Proposed Route

Contact Us

If you would like to become involved or learn more about the Trail please contact us.

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