Video: Miss the Tour de France’s visit to Saffron Walden? Here it is in 24 seconds...

14:14 11 July 2014

The Tour De France passing through Saffron Walden. Picture: Roger King.

The Tour De France passing through Saffron Walden. Picture: Roger King.

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Tens of thousands of people crammed into Saffron Walden on Monday to catch a glimpse of the Tour de France. So it’s unlikely many people missed it.

But those who did, or anyone who wants to relive it, here is a timelapse video condensing the monumental day into 24 seconds.

There is also a video of the set-up beforehand here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoIWSr-fhOg.

Both are courtesy of Paul Morrison at Uttlesford District Council.

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