Respect each other on the towpath

I refer to your article of Wednesday October 6. Although I admit some cyclists can give us all a bad name, I have had too many near-misses with fishing poles.

The anglers can be very inconsiderate, once saying to myself and my daughters: “I hope you fall in!”

There is tension on the towpath, which is such a shame as we are so lucky to have access to a peaceful and idyllic transport network.

Walkers and ramblers shouldn’t be forgotten.

They can be self-righteous too, having “priority” over cyclists.

They often claim they didn’t hear the cyclist’s bell, so refuse to move aside.

I think the answer is for all users to respect each other, whether cyclist, angler or walker.

The pleasures of the towpaths should be enjoyed and shared by everyone.

Caroline Trigg