Roadworks in the Alfred-Lechler-Strasse

Roadworks sign - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / RedKoalaFibre-optic cables are being laid in the Alfred-Lechler-Straße and Friedländerstraße between Sunday, 20th November and Friday, 23rd December, 2016.

During this time parts of the footpath and the road may be inaccessible, however access to all of the properties along the road will be maintained.

The Alfred-Lechler-Straße contains not only the car park for the Taunus Information Centre, but also Frankfurt International School’s Primary School.

Car park in the Alfred-Lechler-Straße closed

The car park in the Alfred-Lechler-Straße, opposite the FIS Primary School and next to the Taunus Information Centre, will be closed between 18th and 20th February, 2013, to allow for tree felling work to take place.

The trees are being removed to allow the car park to be expanded to 110 spaces – almost double the current capacity.

Cycling up the Feldberg in aid of Children with Cancer

Radeln auf den Grossen Feldberg 2012 FlyerTomorrow (Sunday, 9th September, 2012) will see a group of cyclists make their way up the Feldberg in order to raise money for “Hilfe für krebskranke Kinder Frankfurt e.V.” (help for children with cancer in Frankfurt).

With around 300 people expected to take part, there are three routes – by bicycle via the Kanonenstraße, or by mountain bike or on foot through the woods.

Anyone wishing to take part should be at the Taunus Information Centre at the Hohemark between 8.30am and 10am to register.  To take part a donation of at least €15 is requested.  Refreshments will be available at around the half-way stage with a barbecue being held at the finish.

There will also be a tombola with prizes ranging from a week in a 5 star hotel in Egypt to cycling accessories – the total value of which is over €8,000.

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