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Deep loose shingle covering surface of tow path between folly bridge and donnington bridge. Very dangerous.Already caused accidents

Reported in the Countryside Paths / Public Rights of Way (usually not tarmac) category anonymously at 15:18, Wed 26 September 2018

Sent to Oxfordshire County Council 23 minutes later

The pea shingle is far too deep and loose at the edge of the tow path which has just been resurfaced . This is highly dangerous for cyclists who are often forced to the edge of the path by dogs running at us or by pedestrians refusing to move out of the way . I was recently forced to the edge in this way leading to a nasty fall into the gravel. Had I been forced off on the river side I would have been in the river. The gravel is especially loose and deep in front of the boat houses. Please fix this before some poor cyclist is drowned.

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