Cheshire East Council’s highways service has delivered a community project to surface a path which will connect two estates - all at no cost to the taxpayer.
Residents had reported that the poor condition to the footpath between Clonners Field and Cronkinson Oak on the Stapeley estate was making public access difficult.
After a land registery search showed a lack of ownership for the path, Cheshire East’s highways team stepped in to surface the footpath.
Councillor David Brown, Cabinet member for highways and infrastructure, said: “This is a very important route for people who live on these estates, particularly as it provides access to Nantwich town centre.
“My thanks go to the highways team for delivering this corporate social responsibility scheme.”
Cheshire East’s award-winning highways team continues to deliver many corporate social responsibility schemes across the Borough that support local communities and is committed to providing the highest standards of maintenance to public rights of way.