Save Avery Hill Trails

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Inner London's oldest BMX trails are at risk of being demolished. Avery Hill trails, based near Eltham in South East London, have been on the site since 1996 and are used by hundreds of BMX riders from around the UK every year. The Department of Education recently bought the land the jumps are built on but have not guaranteed the trails will be preserved. There are real fears the longstanding BMX site will be cleared and the land used in plans for a new free school in Eltham - London’s BMX community are seeking assurance this won’t happen and the trails be allowed to continue on the site.

Avery Hill BMX Club currently hold the lease for the land but this expires in January 2020. 

Avery Hill trails are supported by local MP Clive Efford as well as lots of local Councillors who recognise the unique contribution of the site to Greenwich Borough and the whole of London; please support them in their campaign.

Please show your support by signing the petition to keep the trails in Avery Hill going for future generations of BMX riders in London. We’re asking the Department for Education to allow the trails to continue on the site they have stood on for the last 23 years.

www.saveaveryhilltrails.com for more info