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Lake District signage to be improved following floods damage

15th November 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls.

Health and safety signage on Lake District paths will be replaced or improved as part of a £1.7 million flood repair project, the park authority has announced.

Work has already been underway to repair the park following the heavy rain and flooding that destroyed some of its access network 12 months ago.

Field teams have already repaired 41 bridleways, 86 footpaths and 75 bridges.

The million-pound project will continue this work to repair and restore the access network to the benefit of residents, businesses and visitors.

This includes improving or replacing health and safety signage, gates and stiles, to 61 of the Lake District's paths.

"This support will contribute to the overall recovery programme that will deliver a range of repair, restoration and improvement to the countryside access infrastructure. The work will bring about greater accessibility for a wider and more diverse audience," National Park paths for the public coordinator, Dylan Jackman, said.

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