We’re working together with Norwich City Council, Broadland District Council, South Norfolk Council and Sustrans to draw up a new Improvement Strategy for the Marriott’s Way for the next 10 years. We are keen to find out:
We’re holding a series of drop-in sessions (details below), to cover topics including: surfacing, lighting, information about the trail, vegetation management and other features (e.g. artwork).
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These are taking place in five locations: Mile Cross, Costessey, Drayton, Reepham and Aylsham.
|Mile Cross||16th February 2015||2:00pm – 6:30pm||Norman Centre, Bignold Road, NR3 2QZ|
|Drayton||20th February 2015||2:00pm – 6:20pm||Drayton Village Hall, Pond Lane, NR8 6PP|
|Costessey||23rd February 2015||2:00pm – 6:30pm||Costessey Centre, Longwater Lane, NR8 5AH|
|Reepham||18th February 2015||2:00pm – 6:30pm||
Bircham Centre, Market Place, NR10 4JJ
|Aylsham||25th February 2015||2:00pm – 6:30pm||
Aylsham Town Hall, Market Square, NR11 6EL
Improvement Plan online survey (closed)
You told us what you thought about Marriott’s Way via an online survey to help us make the right improvements. The online survey ran from 14th February until 14th March 2015.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey, your views have been so helpful.
Railway heritage smartphone or tablet app survey (closed)
We are also looking at a project to bring the railway history of the trail to life, for example with: historical photographs and documents, audio recordings and short videos at key points on your visit via a smart phone or tablet app.
We carried out an online survey to get your views on this – this survey has now closed. Thank you so much to everyone who took part. The responses will help guide what we do next.