Welcome to the Project
We are a group of local SingletrAction volunteers working in our spare time to regenerate the area known locally as the 'Devil's Toenail' into a free recreation area for the community. This is the overgrown area between the Harland Way and Quarry Hill Lane. We're the group who built "The Little Toe".

As the project name suggests, the main feature would be feature packed bike trails for children, teenagers and adults - think Dalby, Stainburn and Rawcliffe Bar (all SingletrAction projects).

However we want as many people as possible to enjoy it, so there are also potential plans for foot access, an outdoor education area for schools and youth groups, exercise equipment (pull up bars, dip bars etc), wood/metal sculptures and features celebrating the nature/History of the site.

Access on foot and bike would be from Quarry Hill Lane (behind St Joseph's) and the Harland Way. Any parking would be directed to Station Gardens car park.

We'd be really grateful if you could let us know your thoughts.
The area is the wooded triangle between Quarry Hill Lane and the Harland Way (up and left from the marker)
Do you like the idea? *
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How often would you use the facility? *
What features would you like to see? *
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Bike Trails
Foot access
Exercise equipment eg. pull up bars
Outdoor Education Area
Artistic features eg. wood sculptures
Nature/History features eg. Bird Boxes, information boards
Please tell us any general ideas or concerns (see next section to comment on trail features)
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