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Experience gained from the Peregrine Way Cycle route from Monmouth to Symonds Yat, over the last couple of years, suggests that worries over parking problems at the Monmouth end of the route were overdone. This route provides not only an important resource for local families to exercise safely together in the great outdoors, but for tourists to use to visit Monmouth from Symonds Yat.

A lower Wye Valley cycle route away from the dangerous A466 St Arvans to Tintern section is likely to attract more day visitors to the Wye Valley from Bristol, Bath etc. and touring cyclists from further afield. The importance of touring cyclists to the local economy was identified in the Wye Valley AONB Management Plan 2004-2007, where it was quoted that their average daily spend was £55.

Monmouth and District Chamber of Trade and Commerce fully supports the Sustrans planning application for a cycle route from Sedbury to Brockweir, with a link to Chepstow.

David Cummings
Chairman, Monmouth & District Chamber of Trade and Commerce