Henbury Parish Council — looking after our footpaths
The Parish Council has arranged for the path running from Henbury Rise to the cottages, to be cleared of old leaves and mulch.
Over the next couple of months, they will be having puddles filled to make a good, sound and fairly dry path.
They plan to maintain the path in good condition, to allow kids to walk to school, and others to enjoy a stroll in the countryside.
It's 11 years since Cheshire East resurfaced the path, and Henbury Parish Council are going to repair sections over the next two years.
Please let us know if you see any problems with the path — you can contact Parish Councillor Richard Slater on email......
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Good news — the footpath from Henbury Rise and across to the cottages has been repaired, making it level and dry walking for residents.Please let the Parish Council know if you see any further problems with the path -- you can contact Parish Councillor Richard Slater on email...... richard...
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