We are working to provide a continuous multi-user off road path from Rayne to Bishops Stortford for the benefit of walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
Much of the 15 mile route already exists and is known as the Flitch Way.
Our work is mainly focused on :
The benefits of the Flitch Way as a sustainable connection
We have created an Outline Business Case to help key stakeholders businesses and public institutions understand the benefits of using and enhancing the Flitch Way to connect Bishops Stortford, Dunmow and Braintree sustainably.
How can you get involved and help?
Flitch Way Link maps
Find out more about the Flitch Way Great Dunmow link and download maps on the Progress Report page
If we all work together we can make this happen