New cycle route launched by developers around Chesterfield housing estate

A new cycle route has been erected around a Chesterfield housing estate to help families enjoy the local nature on their doorstep in lockdown.

Wednesday, 10th March 2021, 1:53 pm

Kier Living, which provides construction and infrastructure services, has launched a new cycle route at it’s Wingerworth development and is offering a free family bikes package when a property is reserved in March.

The housing developer has created a map highlighting family-friendly cycle routes in the 222 acres of parkland surrounding The Avenue development.

Residents in Wingerworth can access the route through the development’s entrance which spans around the grassland, marshland and along the River Rother – which aims to help families and couples enjoy the local countryside safely in lockdown.

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A new cycle route has been built near a housing estate in Wingerworth.
A new cycle route has been built near a housing estate in Wingerworth.

To launch the new cycle route, which centres around The Avenue Country Park, the developer is giving away up to four brand new bikes for any home reserved at the housing estate before the end of the month.

Regional sales and marketing director for Kier Living Central Lizzie Burda said: “Wingerworth is a wonderful location set in the heart of Derbyshire’s finest countryside and we wanted to help village residents and visitors enjoy the area safely.

"The past twelve months has made us appreciate our local area and now anyone who reserves this month will be able to enjoy family bike rides without having to travel in their car first.

"This offer has been extremely popular so far, so we’d encourage anyone interested to visit us soon to avoid any disappointment.”

The route centres around The Avenue Country Park.

For further information about the offers available at The Avenue in Wingerworth, call 01246 642709 or visit www.kierliving.co.uk.

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