Do you use the bridle path near Coventry lane?

  Bramcote Archery Club are hosting the Nottinghamshire County league shoot on Sunday 7th May and would like to warn pedestrians using the bridle  path near Coventry lane playing fields that there will be cars using the path to the playing fields. The gate will be opened at 7.30am and remain open in case of emergencies until the event finishes. They have informed archers attending to keep their speed down, as pedestrians and cyclists use the path.

About Sue Sambells

Editor of Bramcote Today. Trustee of Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch. Lead Coordinator for RVR, Bramcote - Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
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2 Responses to Do you use the bridle path near Coventry lane?

  1. Susan A says:

    I realise that this date has passed, but could I express my serious concern about cars using what is a bridle path used by many pedestrians, children, cyclists, dog walkers and their dogs. There is a clear sign prohibiting use of the bridle path by vehicles at the top of Moor Lane and this is flouted not only by the residents of the houses built alongside the path but now by all members of the Archery Club.

    Car drivers often pay scant regard for those who are actually permitted to use the path, driving far too quickly and erratically. Further, I’ve been abused several times by drivers whose patience seems to be on a very short fuse indeed as children and dogs are gathered together to the side of the path to allow these vehicles to pass. One day there will be a serious accident along this pedestrian route.

    Susan A.

    • Ian Blakeley says:

      Complain to the Police, video (sight and sound) perpetrators especially abuse and if nothing gets done complain to Paddy Tipping.

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