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Webteam: August 2020
New Footpath Looks Like Being a Big Asset
The stretch of new footpath on Tattenhall Road from the outskirts of the village to the junction with Newton Lane is substantially complete — some parts still need the final topcoat and a small stretch a bit more work.. The contractors appear to have done a fine job with a good kerb on the road side and a level walkway just under 2 metres wide. Pedestrian safety will be vastly improved although, until the path is officially completed, walkers should proceed with caution.
The contractors are now working on the stretch from Newton Lane to the Crossfield housing development and the canal bridge.
Villagers therefore can look forward to a safer walk to the Ice Cream Farm and Tattenhall Marina and in due course a straight walk on the footpath to the Shropshire Union Canal.
One caveat — just outside the village where the old footpath joins the new, it is interrupted by a telegraph pole which necessitates stepping on to the road for a few metres.
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