Making Park Footpaths Accessible With NatraTex

Making Park Footpaths Accessible For All With NatraTex

More and more of us are spending time in our local parks and green spaces. Learn how NatraTex surfacing is rising to the challenge in creating park footpaths that are accessible to all in 2020 and beyond.

Park Footpaths

Park Footpaths Provide a Route to Winter Health

Park footpaths and open spaces are arguably more important during the Winter. With shorter days it is even more significant to maximise our time outdoors. There are many benefits to us individually and collectively if we all head to our nearest park, whatever the weather or time of year.

Park Cycleways

Park Footpaths Take a Pounding in the Summer Heatwave

Park footpaths, promenades and cycle ways in green spaces have seen a massive increase in use as the British public basks in the sunshine of the Summer heatwave.

Gravel Footpaths

Replace Gravel Footpaths with NatraTex

NatraTex has a range of materials which offer an alternative to traditional gravel footpaths. These offer considerable benefits over gravel footpaths including increased permeability, durability, and a wider choice in aesthetics.

Park Footpaths

Park Footpaths to Enjoy Springtime

Park footpaths are the ideal route for a Spring time stroll and to enjoy the beauty of the season. Lighter mornings, sunny evenings and a rise in temperature lifts the spirits. A park is a great place to get outdoors and appreciate beautiful surroundings.

Bound Aggregate Footpaths

NatraTex is the Answer to Bound Aggregate Footpaths

Bound aggregate footpaths are an essential part of modern urban living. They can be found in both outdoor public areas such as parks and playgrounds, and also privately owned spaces like a driveway or pathway to someone’s home or business premises.

Coloured Surfaces

How do Park Footpaths Benefit the UK Population?

Park footpaths have been part of our lives for over 150 years. Discover how they benefit the population today and how NatraTex applies the ultimate surfacing for our parks.