Improving Flintshire’s footpaths
Flintshire County Council’s “Rights of Way” team has been hard at work and has
recently completed improvement works on a well-used public footpath in the
village of Gwaenysgor.
The team has constructed a 50 metre boardwalk on a section of path that was
prone to flooding.
The boardwalk is situated on a path which leads from Ffordd Llyn Goch in the
village Gwaenysgor to the Bryniau. The improved route overlooks the
surrounding area of Dyserth and the North Wales coast as far as the Snowdonia
range. The path is also within the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of
Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Flintshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Countryside, Councillor Carolyn
“This is a great addition to Flintshire’s footpath network, the team should be
commended. Flintshire has fantastic countryside and improvements such as this
will enable visitors and residents to experience the best of what Flintshire
has to offer.”