Speed Limit Change

Good news, the extension of the 40mph speedlimit on Kingston Road to beyond the Garden Centre has been approved by ESCC.  Not only is this great news as it removes the tiny 50mph zone for vehicles moving between Lewes and Kingston Village but should also make cars travel more slowly when approaching the new cycle crossing.  Additionally, this paves the way for us to campaign to get the residential area of Kingston Road reduced to a 30mph limit (as currently there is a 20 to 40 mph speed limit change at the start of Kingston Road in Lewes

Meeting 2 Dec 2013

Kingston Road and Cranedown Residents’ Association


Shared Cycle/Pedestrian Path Launch

Now that the cycle path is complete, there is a launch party taking place on Sep 13th from 2pm to 4pm at Spring Barn Farm.

Poster cycle way final

Cockshut Lane to Rugby Club (Cycle Track) - warning

Despite the new "no through road" signing, it has been reported that there are still a number of vehicles using the Cockshut Lane to Stanley Turner Ground track.

We thought it would be wise to draw this to the attention of local residents as many of you use this track for dog walking, cycling or your children as a route to school.

KRCRA is still working on achieving ESCC adoption of this track so the problem of vehicles can be challenged, but this is not likely to happen overnight, so in the meantime please be careful.

Meeting 10 June 2013

Kingston Road and Cranedown Residents Association
Invites you to attend our

 Summer Meeting
To be held on

Monday 10th June 7:30pm
At the
Lewes Rugby Club
Stanley Turner Recreation Ground
(refreshments from 7pm)
Councillor Ruth O’Keeffe will talk to us about being the Mayor of Lewes

Quarterly meeting agenda items will include: ?

Cycle Track construction and opening celebrations ?