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MCV NEWS


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gravel and will have gentle, sloping, earth and grass sides, so that there are no trip hazards. A new drainage pipe is being placed under the new footpath, which will link to the nearby Danes Stream culvert and should help ease some local flooding, during ordinary rainfall.


You may have noced that the Parish Council has been working with MCV to construct a more useable footpath linking Barnes Bridge (the arched wooden bridge over the Danes Stream) to Barnes Lane. The footpath has proved a very popular short‐cut to Barnes Lane properes and the shops, but is prone to quite serious flooding as the photograph below shows.


The remaining seat will be relocated to a drier area, as during flooding it is oen under several inches of water. The waste bin (in which wrapped and sealed dog‐fouling) can be deposited, might be replaced or relocated to make it more convenient to be used and emped.


Barnes Bridge upgraded path, is being created on the east side of the wooden bridge.


Unseasoned logs available now


The work entails raising the path, that walkers have created, by about 18 inches to enable it to be used during very wet periods, when the stream overflows its revetments. The new gravel path will have edging boards to retain the footpath


60 To adverse call 01590 643969 or e‐mail info@lymingtondirectory.co.uk


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