Dunster cobblestones "extremely dangerous”

Once part of the Luttrell family estate, the village of Dunster, England could lose its medieval cobbled streets due to injuries caused by the cobbles' poor condition.

"The trouble is, nobody is responsible for the pavements, they don't belong to anyone," said Dunster Working Group chairman Paul Toogood. Cost to take up and relay the cobbles would be UK£60,000 to £70,000.