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Next phase of work to revamp footpaths at Colwick Country Park will begin next week

Improvements to paths around the northern and eastern edges of West Lake will start on Monday

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The next phase of work to revamp footpaths at Colwick Country Park will begin next week.

Improvements to paths around the northern and eastern edges of West Lake will start on Monday (30) and are expected to be completed by the end of March 2023.

Nottingham City Council, who are carrying out the works, say the park will remain open to users during construction and will be phased to minimise impacts to users.

From Monday, a section of the path at the park will be closed for three weeks to allow for widening and resurfacing work to take place. Visitors are being asked to use an alternative route during this time.

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The closed path is shown in red on the map below. The alternative route is shown in yellow.

From Monday, February 20 subsequent sections of the path (the blue dashed line) will be widened and resurfaced. During the works the public is being asked to use an alternative route on the grass adjacent to the path, staying well clear of the works area. The area for these works is shown in blue on the map above.

Nottingham City Council said they apologise for any short-term inconvenience.

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