Connect2 schemes - the full list

79 places to benefit if Sustrans wins lottery funding

Connect2 encompasses 79 projects, each of which will get funding and support if Sustrans wins the £50million Lottery money. Here’s the full list of the organisations and ideas which Sustrans say will benefit some six million people if they win the vote. Where only areas are listed the scheme will provide cycle friendly connections for local people. Is there one in your area?

Eastern England

Norwich - connections to Whitlingham Country

Royston railway crossing

St. Neots - a River Great Ouse bridge

Cambridge to Wicken Fen

Watton and Griston link

Cheshunt, crossing the A10 to reach the Lee

East Midlands

Carlton-le-Moorland and Bassingham Link

Holdingham and Sleaford over the A17 road

Leicestershire - links through Watermead Park

Northampton - Briar Hill and Upton Park, River Wellingborough, Rushden, Higham Ferrers.


Islington Walking and Cycling Routes

Croydon Park Links

Paddington - Westbourne railway bridge and links

South Bermondsey - disused rail bridge links

Bethnal Green and new bridge over Regents

Havering - Ingrebourne Valley links

North East England

Bedlington and Cramlington Connection

Ingleby Barwick, Yarm, Eaglescliffe and Blyth Ferry

Durham - Belmont to Newton Hall over Belmont

Northern Ireland

Derry/ Londonderry - greenway and cycle path

Strabane - River Mourne Bridge and links

Dungannon Park Connections

Ballymoney Railway Bridge and links

Omagh - riverside path and new bridges

Three Mile Water greenway

North West England

Nantwich to Crewe along the A530 corridor

Marple and Stockport, Goyt Valley connection

Huyton - The Statt Moers Park Links & Rochdale Canal Towpath Connections

Carlisle - Kingmoor and Currock

Padiham, East Lancashire Loop

Sale - Bridgewater Canal connections

Chester connections over the Dee

Northwich - Riversdale Swingbridge

Everton Park and the Mersey

Bury - the Woolfold Gap

Maryport Station Links


Glasgow - completing the Bridge to Nowhere

Dumfries - connecting two railway paths

Perth to Scone - River Tay Bridge

Hamilton, Chatelherault, Larkhall links

South East England

Links to the north Kent coast

Dartford Riverside

Hastings and Bexhill coastal connections

Southampton - Itchen Riverside Path

Shoreham - harbour crossing

New Forest - Common Connections

Banbury, Oxford Canal Links

South West England

Bath, Two Tunnels

Newton Abbot and Kingsteignton

Weymouth to Portland - Olympic connections

Connecting Salisbury, Alderbury and Wilton

Ottery St Mary over the river to school

Bournemouth and Hurn

Tintern - connection over the River Wye 

Bristol - Ashton Park, Long Ashton


Monmouth - local connections

Merthyr Tydfil - Trevithick Trail to town centre link

Treforest - University links and connections

Port Talbot to Cwmafan and the Forest Park

Rhyl bridge at Foryd Harbour, River Clwyd

Cardiff: the Ely River Connection

Newport to Caerleon

Carmarthen to Johnston Riverside Links

Clydach, Afon Tawe Bridge

West Midlands

Worcester - a Severn Bridge at Diglis Lock

Shrewsbury -The Severnside Gap

Birmingham - Sutton Coldfield, and the Plants

Kenilworth to Berkswell Greenway and Rugby

Leicester Road Viaduct

Hereford - The Rotherwas Sewage Bridge


Bradford Living Streets - Manchester Road Bridge

Bridlington to Flamborough Head Coastal

Scunthorpe Ridgeway connections

Killamarsh - Halfway Tram Terminus, Rother

Harrogate, Ripley and the Dales

Brompton-on-Swale - a bridge across the river

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