Tuesday, 15 June 2021
EMERGENCY repair work is to be carried out at an entrance to a riverside beauty spot in Benson.
Steps down to the Rivermead recreation area have been closed off by the parish council because they have deteriorated.
Councillor Patricia Baylis said: “The wooden uprights are rotting and the wood chippings have more or less disappeared.”
The council has agreed to pay a company called Azalea £1,945 to install sleeper steps with wood chipping infill.
The alternatives were to have a concrete slope or steps costing £1,665, or to close the entrance permanently.
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