Tag: Riversley Park

Riversley Park Footbridge

New bridge for Nuneaton’s Riversley Park

As part of wider planned improvements to Nuneaton’s main park, the existing wooden footbridge that crosses the River Anker between the Museum and Sainsbury’s is set to be replaced. A new, wider structure will open up the route for pedestrians and cyclists where currently riding cycles is legally questionable and space to do so is extremely limited.

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Pingles Leisure Centre

Redevelopment of Nuneaton’s Leisure Facilities

Nuneaton and Bedworth Council (NBBC) have announced plans to make significant improvements to its leisure facilities including a new, replacement leisure centre in Bedworth, new facilities to the North of Nuneaton – and the enhancement of the existing Pingles Leisure Centre just south of the town centre. However, there are some aspects of the plan for Pingles that concern me

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Park to Park Bike Ride (7.1km/4.4mi)

This 4.4 mile (one way) route features predominantly roads and a canal gravel path. Route: Start at Riversley Park, Nuneaton. Cycle through the park, towards the railway line. Walk through the tunnel, leaving Riversley Park. Pass Pingles Sports Centre and Stadium on your right.  Take the road leaving the car park. Head straight on at the traffic lights, crossing Avenue

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