Wandle Regional Park as a cycling resource

Wandle Regional Park

Community project leader advocates Wandle Regional Park as a resource for cycle training and led rides.

Fred Ellis, founder of South London-based Pedal4Health, spoke at a conference in Morden to promote the use of the Wandle trail for cycling courses and led rides.

Ellis and speakers from Natural England, the GLA, and the National Trust came out in support of the Mayor’s London Plan which would see the Wandle Valley Regional Park as a focal point in expanding and improving London’s open spaces as part of the city’s spatial planning strategy.

About Wandle Regional  Park

The river Wandle meanders from the Surrey Hills through south-west London until it meets the Thames in Wandsworth. It is a haven for wildlife and has played a vital part in London’s history as a trade route.