Cyclists are among those being invited to take part in a consultation about the future development of Lee Valley Regional Park.
British Cycling published the invited by chairman of the park Derrick Ashley for the public to take part in the discussions about the future development of the park, which follows the river Lea down through Hertfordshire and east London.
Referring to walking running and cycling, the consultation document states: "We want to develop the network of routes, facilities and other infrastructure to offer a high quality and diverse range of opportunities for people of all abilities."
Those keen to don their cycling gear and enjoy riding in the park may be among those wishing to contribute, in order to ensure their interests are looked after.
Meanwhile, riders who want to purchase some items for bike maintenance
might wish to visit the Go Outdoors store in Harlow, which is close to the northern end of the park.
Both Luton and Leyton have names derived from the River Lee, which marked the eastern boundary of London north of the Thames until the creation of Greater London in 1965.
Posted by Dan Mirza