- Descent from Coombe Hill, Wendover.
report it to the prow officer, they will sort it.
i remember it can be done online, but here is the extract from the cc website
Obstruction and encroachment – The County Council has a statutory duty to remove all obstructions and encroachments on public rights of way (Highways Act 1980 section 130). If you find any obstruction or encroachment:
* Check that the path is recorded as a public right of way and report the problem initially to Highways on call (0845 230 2882) or fill in an online issue report form.Posted 8 years agocrocodilianMember
For anyone that comes down this hill (down the bridleway) on the way back to Wendover, there are a couple of rather low and spiky branches that have managed to work their way across the track, just at the bottom as the trail turns to a chalky gully. The brakes got a good testing!Posted 8 years ago
I tried moving them but I think they need more people or a saw to move. I know there's been some felling recently but this looked a lot like a strategic placing, something I'm seeing more and more of around Wendover Woods and the surrounding hills. So be careful!
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