Gosport people urged to have say on plans for country park

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​PEOPLE are being encouraged to have their say on changes that could see cows brought in to a country park.

Gosport Borough Council it urging people in the town to submit their views on two strategies that could be introduced at the Alver Valley Country Park.

A dog-walking plan sets out new zones that will limit the areas dogs can be off the lead, on the lead or in a certain area.

A grazing document – as previously reported in The News – will look to introduce cows to the country park to help reduce costs of cutting the grass. Both plans are part of potential changes, which look to introduce play parks and car parks, a cafe and new toilets.

To see the strategies visit gosport.gov.uk and to have your say before the November 25 deadline email alver.valley@gosport.gov.uk.​