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Gardening expert Mark Lane shares his tips for building an accessible garden pathway

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It’s only when the weather begins to warm up and dry out that we realise we need to make some drastic garden changes.

Mark said if you’ve noticed you need to get from the back or front door to a gate, shed or garage, then you should consider building a pathway.

He continued: “Ideally, aim for a path c.1.2-1.5m wide, which is wide enough for two people to walk side-by-side, in a wheelchair or using a frame or stick.

“To stop wheels — and feet for that matter — ending up in a flowerbed, install a raised edge, either using a wooden gravel board (the board found at the bottom of a fence) or a concrete edger that stands proud c. 10cm above ground level.”

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