Being a frequent user of the public footpath which runs from Davey Lane to the railway station car park, I have often been concerned for the safety of myself and other users due to the tremendous build-up of dead leaves and overgrowth which accumulate all along it, particularly during this season.
I have frequently seen a gentleman with a leaf blower removing the debris from the top of the path, and now this week, the entire path has been cleared from top to bottom and what a marvelous difference it makes!
I would just like to extend my heartfelt thanks to whoever is responsible, for helping to make our surroundings cleaner, tidier and safer for us all. We're all very proud of you!
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In the past, a variety of people have helped out and the last Parish Council organised some of the removing of branches etc.
If a perticular organisation/group did this, please come forward to be generally congratulated.
I remember walking from Bollin Fields (the New Estate), up through "The Grove" to the village.
When I was at Primary School (in the sixties) Alderley Edge Urban District Council had a team of full time road sweepers who kept the place pristine - never so much as a leaf out of place!