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Your say on the Camel Trail

By Cornish Guardian  |  Posted: September 07, 2012

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PEOPLE will have the opportunity put forward their views on how the Camel Trail is managed at a meeting at St Breward Village Hall on Tuesday at 7.30pm.

The Camel Trail Partnership, which includes Cornwall Council, representatives of local communities, the Forestry Commission, English Nature and the Environment Agency is holding the public meeting of the Camel Trail Users' Group and is encouraging anyone with an interest in the Camel Trail to come along and talk about how it is managed.

The Camel Trail's 18-mile largely traffic-free multi-use route attracts more than 500,000 users each year.

The evening is an opportunity to meet with members of the Camel Trail Partnership who have the responsibility for managing the trail for wildlife and landscape as well as for people, and to give your views on its future management.

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