HUNTINGDON Riverside campaigners are staging a last-ditch attempt to win over councillors before a final decision is taken on improvements to the town's riverside park. The district council's cabinet is expected to consider the site's future at its meeting on April 23. Cabinet members and other district, county and town councillors have been invited to have a final walk-through on the previous Tuesday, when the Riverside Users Group will press its case for minimal change. HDC originally planned to spend around £600,000 on environmental improvements, but has recently scaled back those ambitions. The users' group hopes to persuade the cabinet to do even less. Chairman Dudley Simons has invited the group of councillors to join in a walk from the mediaeval bridge to All Saints' Church, Hartford, while members of the group explain their opposition to change.