Pavement from railway bridge towards Gaydon
Reported via mobile anonymously at 16:00, Tuesday 27 October 2020
Sent to Stratford-on-Avon District Council and Warwickshire County Council less than a minute later
The tarmac is dangerously uneven and makes walking on it very difficult. It seems to be split. There is no pavement in the opposite side of the road so walking there isn’t an option. Because of the verge overgrowth the pathway is really narrow and the overhanging branches mean that at points you have to walk into the road-this is just after a bridge so cars can’t see you until they’re over the bow and the same for safely seeing the cars coming. On Monday 26/10 I went over on my ankle whilst walking my dog causing considerable pain and swelling. I have reported this issue previously-albeit to the local counsellor. There is no way anyone with a buggy could safely use that part of the path.
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Posted anonymously at 16:11, Tuesday 27 October 2020
Reported this stretch of pavement coming up for a month ago. Nothing has been done. It is going to be ‘reviewed accordingly’. It’s ridiculously dangerous and as about the only designated pavement in the area the fact it is in such an appalling state is inexcusable.
Posted anonymously at 21:43, Tuesday 24 November 2020
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