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By Haddenham Webteam - 14th February 2018 3:45pm
Haddenham Parish Council has issued an advanced warning that clearance work will be in progress along Green Lane bridleway (running from Churchway, opposite the post office) for two weeks from Monday 19th February.
Walkers are advised to take care.
Clearance of the undergrowth is taking place before the nesting season. This is in preparation for the making of a tarmac path (which will be 2 metres wide at its widest part) up to the end of the bridleway.
Further surface work will follow towards the Spring to construct the Green Lane Community Path.
For further information contact Sue Gilbert, Parish Clerk Phone: 01844 292411 email: email@example.com
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