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The wrong pathway AT the top of Talbot Avenue in Lindley where it meets Dingley Road there is a bridleway about 100 metres long which a very small number of people use as a short cut to Occupation Road.

During the winter it gets quite muddy so I was delighted, as a user of this bridleway, when it was covered with hardcore. It was no longer muddy even after the recent bad weather.

I was therefore amazed that a tarmac path about a metre wide is being constructed, the full length. I was told it was being done to make it easier for pushchairs.

In the last couple of years I can rarely remember ever seeing a pushchair and there is not a single resident on Talbot Avenue who uses a push chair. This new path which will cost well in excess of PS5,000 is completely unnecessary. Surely it would be much better spent locally on the many potholes.

Philip Walker

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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Mar 12, 2018
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