Footpaths 111/7/2 & 112/52/4  at Carbis Mill

December 18th 2020
The Parish Council has been advised that the Countryside Team at Cornwall Council have recently put up secure fencing to enable the footpaths to be walked from Relubbus to Carbis Mill and back or from St Erth to Carbis Mill and back, but to ensure that the dangerous section where the river is eroding at Carbis Mill cannot be accessed.  They are still working on an alternative route, as previously outlined, that will be above the floodplain and which, if feasible, should allow a sustainable route to walk between St Erth to Relubbus

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