Cycle path from Brean Down to Weston-super-Mare handed council grant
PUBLISHED: 11:00 04 April 2017
A new path from Brean Down to Weston, which is set to be opened in May, has been handed nearly £2,500 by Sedgemoor District Council.
More than £19,000 is being shared among various community groups in the area to benefit the district.
This financial boost of £2,494.17 has been handed to the path’s organisers Greenways and Cycleroutes Limited.
The path will be called the Brean Way and its final cost will be around £200,000.
A similar amount has also been handed to Cheddar Arts Fringe Festival.
The £2,400 grant will allow the festival to run a new sculpture workshop, called Willow, from April 30 to May 2.
The workshop is set to take place in the fragrance garden of Cheddar Gorge from 10am-4pm each day.
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