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Cosgrove Parish Footpaths & Rights of Way

As the year moves into the last quarter the weather is likely to make it harder to get around. I’ve been talking to members of the community to get a feel for where they’d like to venture for a seasonal amble.
Come and join us for a Festive stroll along the Grand Union Canal  
                 on Thursday 28th December.

With conditions being unpredictable, I will wait until nearer the time before deciding which direction to head in. If the weather is dry and the conditions underfoot are good, we can walk to Stoke Bruerne. Those that only fancy walking there can arrange transport back, or even take a car over and park at the Navigation, so it’s there to bring you home.
The alternative, should the conditions be less favourable, will be to walk to the New Inn at New Bradwell and back. This walk is on a solid path all the way, so not affected by the weather.
Anyone interested, please meet at the crossroads, whatever the weather, from 09.45am. Families and dog walkers are very welcome. Please wear sensible footwear, bring a drink with you and make sure you let family members know of your intention to walk.
                  




David A. Smith (Cosgrove Parish Path Warden)
E-mail: dalinds@tiscali.co.uk
                                                          
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Your village has a path warden who without feedback from everyone hazards can go undetected for months, so please let him know if you are concerned or discover a problem during your walks.This can include obstructed pavements, damaged kerbstones, inaccessible public footpaths or broken stiles.
Village Path Warden

Explore Cosgrove’s Public Footpaths, Bridleways and Canal Tow Paths.
If you find a problem please report it to the Parish Path Warden. He also likes to know when you’ve enjoyed a walk through the parish and seen anything of interest.
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