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Trip hazard

Reported anonymously at 22:36, Fri 19 June 2020

Raised roots and badly cracked tarmac at the junction of Knipersley Road and Chester Road are a major trip hazard to everyone using the footpath near the post box. Especially those of us not so young and agile. First reported several months ago. The marking paint applied then has now completely worn off. Please rectify asap. Thankyou.

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