Almost 2,000 have signed a petition to remove pop-up cycle lanes around Crawley and West Sussex.
The seven temporary routes across the county have been installed to help support cycling as a form of transport post Covid-19.
Due to the emergency nature of the scheme it was done in three months without public consultation but the council says they’ll be closely monitored and then adjusted or removed depending on their use and impact.
Three men used an electric saw to steal catalytic converters from cars in a daylight raid in Epsom.
The trio struck at around 11am on Monday in the Sainsbury’s car park. A member of the public who attempted to intervene was threatened with a metal pole.
Police described the suspects as white, in their mid-thirties and of stocky build. They arrived and left the scene in a dark grey Honda CR-V.
A Surrey Police spokesman said: “The car park was busy at the time of the incident and we believe that there will be multiple witnesses. If you saw anything suspicious, or recognise the car and suspects described, please contact us quoting PR/45200097499.”
West Sussex Firefighters have raised more than £6,000 by cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats.
The foursome completed the route in 10 days to raise money for the Kids Cancer Charity and The Firefighter’s Charity.
After arriving at the tip of Scotland at the end of their 1,050 mile trip the team celebrated with a dip in the sea.
Burgess Hill Watch Manager Shaun Challis said: “I can’t tell you how incredible it felt to finally see that fingerpost at the finish line in John O’Groats on Monday. After ten days on the road, we were all absolutely exhausted by the end of it.
“But it has been an incredible journey, and the support we have had along the way has been phenomenal. People stopped us to give us donations towards our fundraising, and at one of our overnight stops we even managed to win a tenner during a hotly contested game of pool!
“We set ourselves the ambitious target of £5,000, and we couldn’t believe how quickly the donations were adding up – we are lucky to have received so much support, and watching the total mount up as we progressed up through the country really drove us onwards – even when it was wet and miserable.”
He and firefighter Scott Cairncross cycled the full route, while firefighters Matt Firmager and Martin Belford each cycled half the distance and drove the support van.