A Somerset village could lose its medieval cobbled paths because they are feared to be too dangerous.
People have been tripping over the cobbles in Dunster's High Street and suffering injuries, because of their poor state of repair.
Nobody is currently responsible for the cobbles.
The Dunster Working Group has said it wants to re-lay the cobbles but is worried about being sued if anyone falls in the future.
The Dunster Working Group has held three public meetings to gather feedback from residents and Mr Toogood said most were in favour of laying the pavement, but this was all subject to finding £60,000 to £70,000 of funding.
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