Guernsey Town Church ramp work under way

St Peter Port Senior Constable Barry Cash with work to build access ramp in town in the background Mr Cash said he was glad work had finally got under way after 10 years of discussions

Work to improve access for shoppers in the south of St Peter Port, Guernsey, has begun after 10 years of planning.

The parish has agreed to build a ramp, costing between £12,000 and £14,000, in the walkway between the Town Church and the Albion House pub.

Senior Constable Barry Cash said he was delighted a design had finally been approved and work was under way.

He said he hoped the work would be completed before the Christmas lights are switched on on 1 December.

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