A clearer path

To improve pathways and rights of way, a new group, the Parish Paths Partnership (P3) group has been set up in Bridgnorth by local resident Clive Dyson.

Clive explained, “The footpaths and bridleways in Bridgnorth and neighbouring parishes are a marvellous resource that allows all of us to get out and enjoy beautiful countryside. Shropshire Council does a reasonable job of maintaining them but still paths become overgrown, stiles and gates can fall into disrepair, and ground becomes waterlogged and muddy. Often signposts and waymarks need replacing. P3 aims to collaborate with landowners and neighbouring parishes on rights of way that cross the parish boundaries.”

Local walking, running and cycling clubs are supporting the formation of the Bridgnorth P3 group, which held its first working group in October to clear paths from Conduit Lane, across the bypass and on to the Punchbowl Inn.
If you are interested, email clive.dyson@tagtig.co.uk.

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