Unable to use the path as intended due to overhangong brambles
Reported in the Overgrown public spaces & parks category anonymously at 08:00, Wed 28 August 2019
Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council 5 minutes later
The path alongside the main Wells road and opposite the Sleep lane junction, is dangerous for pedestrians. There are many overhanging brambles that obstruct the use of the path. Please arrange for the path way to be made usable again. Thank you.
Path is still not passable on several sections along Hursley Hill. My Son tried to use the footpath and had to walk on the main A37 in sections towards oncoming vehicles. Path needs to be cleared and bushes cut back as a matter or urgency for public safety.
Posted anonymously at 13:51, Tue 3 September 2019
The last time I walked along here, it was just as bad. Brambles hanging down and could easily cause injury particularly to the eyes and face. BANES please confirm when we can expect this to be sorted. Thank you
Posted anonymously at 09:05, Sun 22 September 2019
Still an issue
Posted anonymously at 08:58, Wed 25 September 2019
Still open, via questionnaire
Path along Hursley Hill is still impassable by foot therefore pedestrians need to use A37 towards oncoming traffic. Path needs clearing and brambles cut back.
Posted anonymously at 12:43, Wed 25 September 2019
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