Water tower footpath reopened

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Parish Councillors Richard Slater and Simon Brown have today cleared the fallen Cherry tree which was obstructing footpath 23 past the water tower. The footpath has now reopened. Henbury parish Council is writing to the Public rights of way officer asking that they restore the steps and make good.

Henbury Parish Council remains committed to ensuring that footpaths remain accessible to all.

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