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Over the last 7 years we have created a Transport Map illustrating traffic free paths in Chepstow, and have been eagerly awaiting confirmation of the Planning Application for the Wye Valley Shared Use Path that would re-open a stretch of railway line from Chepstow to Monmouth.

Our petition to create this path has over 6000 signatures to date. A great number of people think it would be beneficial, safer and better for the environment and pollution levels to open this path

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  • Zero pollution path
  • Along picturesque route
  • Avoiding busy roads
  • Fun for all the family

Events for fundraising

Activities & events for fundraising towards the path clearing and creation.
Your help is massively appreciated. Thank you in anticipation

Our Petition

We have over 6200 signatures for our petition... but we would like more.. please!

Q. How do I sign the petition to the Welsh Government?

This petition was started in 2014 to ask for for help in the planning application for a shared use path along a disused railway line from Chepstow to Tintern. This would form part of a very beneficial attraction that would not create pollution to the area and would be safer than sharing the busy, narrow roads with cars, lorries and buses..
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Q. What is the route?

The route is part of the traffic free path for walkers/runners/families and cyclists from Chepstow to Monmouth. It is intended to create this path throughout the Wye Valley named the Wander Wye. This route runs along some of the most breath taking scenery in the UK..

Q. Why here?

Each year, thousands of cyclists and walkers visit the Wye Valley. All year around the area of outstanding natural beauty attracts people to the birthplace of British tourism in the 18th Century. William Gilpin first used the word ‘Picturesque’ whilst describing the Wye Valley. In addition, cyclists and walkers completing the Land’s End to John O Groats endurance route often pass through Chepstow. They would benefit massively from this path

Q. How do I volunteer?

We need people of all walks of life (excuse the pun!) to help with the project. We have help from architects, experienced planners and volunteers wanting to help in clearing the path. We’d love to hear from you if you’d like to help. Just get in contact

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Get in contact

You can get in touch with Jennifer Goslin for more info about the project at:
01291 626836
Or via email at: jennifer.goslin@energysurveyor.co.uk