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The reverse view of #99830 shows this access road leads only to this piece of land. The route ahead becomes a cyclepath.

Lammas Land pool gets very popular in this heat. Sadly, some people are selfish enough to park in the passing places on the road when their choice of parking spot runs out.

The potholes on Lammas Land have *finally* been fixed - but new ones are developing already.

View along tarmac off road path with lighting. As a result of Land Reform (Scotland) Act people have the right of non motorised access to most land in Scotland including private roads, tracks and paths. Thus this is not a footpath.

Council worker gritting a footpath (used by cyclists, but of no strategic importance) by hand.

No gritting on the Lammas Land cycle path.

It'd be nice if the resurfacing of the New Bit path extended to the third-world potholes of Lammas Land - joined-up thinking?

It's hard to believe these stands have been here for less than two years.

The potholes on Lammas Land (see #21738, #22153, #22154) have been repaired, but not very well.

Lammas Land is breaking up - a very important cycle route, to the Leys School, the station and Addenbrooke's, but not a through route for cars so it probably won't be fixed for a long time.

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