The public footpath adjacent to the southbound carriageway of the Leamington Road between its junction with Birches Lane and Kenilworth Lodge is dangerous
Reported by Richard Probert at 12:41, Monday 3 August 2020
Sent to Warwickshire County Council less than a minute later
The footpath is uneven, with inconsistent camber, poor drainage and the Asphalt and grass/soil make ups interface with no border and therefore the asphalt footpath regularly becomes too narrow to pass safely due to how muddy and slippery it becomes as it does not drain away when it rains. The Grass verge is occasionally cut but the build of soil, dirt and organic matter from the adjacent hedges and trees make the pavement difficult to negotiate safely and necessitates stepping into the road - this section of which is where all drivers seem to accelerate out of Kenilworth! Someone will have a nasty fall at some point or, God forbid, step out into the path of a car.
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Posted anonymously at 16:02, Monday 3 August 2020
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