Funded by Visit Wales, the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh Government and Gwynedd Council, the project will expand and improve on existing infrastructure to the benefit of all users of the beach at Fairbourne.
Work will begin over the coming months and represents an expected investment of £40,000 to ensure that Fairbourne will continue to hold recognised beach standard award.
Councillor John Wynn Jones, Gwynedd Council Economy and Community Portfolio Leader said:
“This project will improve the infrastructure and access to all users of the beach in Fairbourne and will help to strengthen its status as one of the most popular beaches in Gwynedd.”
Councillor Louise Hughes who represents the Llangelynnin ward on Gwynedd Council added:
“Fairbourne has a wonderful beach so the news that the work will begin on the new footpath is fantastic for the local people and visitors alike. The improvements and better access facilities will mean even more people will have the opportunity to enjoy the beach.”