Improved paths at Mareham Pastures
Visitors will benefit from better access to a Sleaford nature reserve thanks to a project to improve paths.
Lincolnshire County Council has pledged £10,000 towards the work at Mareham Pastures after the path became worn and difficult to traverse in muddy conditions.
The existing kilometre of all-ability surfaced pathway will be restored to top condition with new rolled granite chips.
The work begins on September 20 and is expected to last a fortnight.
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1,000 people a year visit the beauty spot, which opened in 2003.
Matthew Davey, the county council's environment and community projects officer said:
"We recognise the importance of encouraging people of all ages and abilities to get out and enjoy the countryside, so I'm very pleased that the council is funding these improvements to the path at this popular reserve."