Two county councillors have been working to improve conditions of a popular walking pathway in Croxley.
The path just off Chess Lane and Loudwater Lane by the bridge has been a well-used route by residents, ramblers and other walkers for many years now.
However, over the time, the stone paving has made the terrain uncomfortable to walk on, and difficult for those riding bikes, using pushchairs or riding in wheelchairs or mobility scooters, preventing people from enjoying the stroll.
Now two county councillors, councillor Phil Williams and cllr Chris Lloyd have used some of their budget to get the stony path removed, and replaced with a far more accessible, comfortable and natural-looking hard mud terrain.
Cllr Lloyd said: “I know the Chess Valley Path is a popular walk, so I am hoping that the new surface will enable the paths to be used all 12 months of the year. I would encourage local Three Rivers residents to get out, walk, and appreciate our local environment.”