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Henbury Parish Council — looking after your footpaths.

If you have recently tried to access the path from the Andertons Lane track through the water-tower field to Whirley Road, you will know the steps and slope up to the path had been worn away, making the path treacherous and impassable if it has rained.

Henbury Parish Council have worked with the Cheshire East Public Rights of Way Officer, to have the step rebuilt, to make safe access to this path, which, once you get halfway along has some amazing views east to the hills, and west towards the Cheshire plain and Welsh hills.

We are keen to make the footpaths in the Parish as accessible as possible, so if you see a path that could do with some care, please email henbury.clerk@gmail.com and we will take a look to see what be done to restore the path.

Richard Slater
Vice Chairman
Henbury Parish Council.

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