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Cheshire East's Stephen Jones (Public Rights of Way team), met up with Larry Bannon (Parish Council) to walk the public footpath through Eardswick Wood and review some areas of concern, raised by walkers and ramblers.

Stephen has agreed a programme of improvements and maintenance, which include laying stone , installing hand rails, extending one of the bridges, fabricating a new boardwalk section, cutting back brambles and pruning trees.

Works are likely to take place in early June, provided permission for works access, can be gained from the landowner, first.

The public footpath is proposed to form part of a new circular walk, so any improvements to this section, will be most welcomed.

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