Views sought on the future of Norfolk beauty spot
PUBLISHED: 11:51 02 February 2018 | UPDATED: 11:53 02 February 2018
North Norfolk District Council is appealing to local people to put forward their views on the future of one of the area’s beauty spots.
Pretty Corner woods, at Sheringham, which is jointly owned by NNDC and the Woodland Trust, was the subject of an investment scheme five years ago.
Improvements included car park resurfacing, a wheelchair friendly path, waymarked trails, a boardwalk, leaflets and events, and now both parties want to find out how often people visit the 165 acre site and what facilities they would like to see added.
Cllr Maggie Prior, who is cabinet member for leisure and culture, said: “We believe there is still huge potential for future investment at Pretty Corner woods to make it an even better place to visit and public participation is a vital part of making this woodland even better and determining our next steps.”
To put forward your views, complete the NNDC survey at www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/PCWSurvey
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