Footpath Improvements !!

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After a long and relentless effort by Tarvin Parish Council, the footpaths on both Tarporley Road and Cross Lanes, Oscroft are being cleared by contractors, who are installing the new roadlights at the same time!

Already it is a vast improvement as they have not only cleared the tarmac surface of weeds, they are also cutting back some of the overhanging foliage which has grown unchecked for many a year.

Let us hope that once completed they will re-instate the tarmac surface which has been removed when clearing the vegetative growth!

The following photos show:
Before (LH) and after (RH) on Tarporley Road

Tarp Rd Imps

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Before (LH) and after (RH) on Cross Lanes to Oscroft

Cross Lanes Imps

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The footpath between Tarporley Rd and Cross Lanes to Oscroft

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