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A haven for mountain biking at Hadleigh Park

A haven for mountain biking at Hadleigh Park

Work has completed on the £6.6m Olympic legacy project to create a haven for mountain biking, cycling and families.

Pick Everard worked on behalf of Essex County Council to maximise the use of Hadleigh Park, which hosted the London 2012 Olympic mountain bike events, for current and future generations.

The project included adapting the mountain bike course for use by members of the public, while connecting it to an 18km network of walking and cycling paths and trails.

The network improves access across the 500 hectare Hadleigh Country Park and Hadleigh Farm for cycling, mountain biking, walking, running and for horse riders.

The attraction also includes a visitors’ centre, a children’s play area, re-developed business units, offices for rangers, a bike hire shop and additional facilities for The Salvation Army to expand its work with vulnerable local people.

The Hadleigh Legacy Project is situated on Hadleigh Park, serving communities and visitors from all over the UK.



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