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Date published: 1st February 2018
North Norfolk District Council would like to hear the public’s views about what improvements could be made to Pretty Corner Woods.
The 165 acres of woodland and heathland near Sheringham are owned partly by North Norfolk District Council and partly by The Woodland Trust.
Both parties would like to know the public’s views on the woods, including how often they visit, what they currently use the woods for and what facilities they would like to see added.
Cllr Maggie Prior, Cabinet Member for Leisure and Culture, said: “We want to hear people’s views on this lovely piece of woodland.
“Five years ago we saw the completion of an investment scheme which included a number of improvements such as car park resurfacing, a wheelchair friendly path, waymarked trails, a boardwalk, leaflets and events.
“Following the success of that investment, we believe there is still huge potential for future investment at Pretty Corner Woods to make it an even better place to visit.
“Public participation is a vital part of making this woodland even better and determining our next steps.”
The survey runs until late March.
Last updated: 30th January 2020