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PARISH COUNCIL AND STILES. To the hklitor of the Prestatyn Weekly. Sm- "Will you kindly allow me a little space to call the attention of the Parish Council to some stilos in the neighbourhood. There is a path leading from the Church across Dyserth Hall field, and passing through the top ef Mr Connah's field. Now, the stiles at both ends of the last mentioned field are most awkward. They were made not long ago, and erected in a fashion, I should say, to discourage people p walking that way. In addition to this a heap of thorns and brambles is deposited quite in front and at the foot of the stile. Another much-used path leads from Lon Dywyll, below the railway, and through the woods. The first stile, a new one, just put up by the railway men, is difficult to get over, but the second, which crosses a ditch as well (the making of the railway men again) is really dangerous. Three or four bars of wood to climb over, without even one cross step, usually found on these stiles, to help you. Then, on the other side is a deep diich, crossed by an old railway sleeper, upon which one has to alight when descending from the bars. I repeat, this stile and ditch are dangerous, and the Parish Council ought to have notified the Railway Company of it. Further on there is water running from under the line, and since there is no gutter for it, the water spreads over the path, making it difficult to pass. The Council have repaired the part which runs through the woods, why allow this nuisance to exist for years ? Of course, in summer it is all right. May I ask, therefore, is one to presume that the Council, when cutting the brambles and widening the path through the woods, had its eye on the visitors in Summer, and care not how the illhabitituts fare in the Winter ? I appeal to the Parish Council to deal with these stiles and paths, and many besides my- self will be obliged.—Yours truly, PARISHIONER.

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