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Footpath between 22 Ashworth Park and 44 Ashworth Park.

Reported via desktop in the Uneven Flags category anonymously at 12:26, Tue 24 January 2023

Sent to Cheshire East Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 4165463.

This path is across a green space in a housing estate and has large trees close by. The roots are lifting the path surface and make it very uneven. This has been like this for a long time now but it is currently much more dangerous to walk along here as the trees have dropped twigs and leaves onto the path so there are numerous trip hazards. The path is used by children and much more mature residents who are walking either for exercise or to get to school. The grass on either side of the path is also encroaching over the tarmac and thus 'shrinking' the size of the path. Please could this be cleared as best as possible. Thank you.

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    Posted by Cheshire East Council at 12:26, Tue 24 January 2023

  • We have assessed your report and have arranged to carry out work as soon as possible.

    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by Cheshire East Council at 09:09, Mon 14 August 2023

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