This is the width that we need

Five of us made the workday this week and after a very cold start, we all warmed up quite well.

Just to recap – the path needs to be wide so that there is higher and drier ground to walk on. The centre of the path is a mud bath. Sustrans advise that people need to have an open and clear 100-metre view ahead so as not to feel anxious, and getting rid of the scrub allows more wildflowers to pop up in the summer.

Here is what we managed.

It also allows people to walk side-by-side and actually have a conversation.

What else do I need to share-

The geocaching trail is half done and active. Sign up at http://www.geocaching.com to find them. I should have it totally working by the end of the weekend.

We have branded merchandise in the colour and design of the original LNWR scheme.

We have started to widen the Dunchurch Bridleway and the R168 Right of Way links this with the greenway. It is well worth a trek just to enjoy the green views.

Lastly, our all important coffee and cookie break.

If you want to come along and help, or just hang out, or even share a coffee and have a bit of human contact, just do it. You don’t even have to make any conversation because us lot are gabbling on ten-to-the-dozen as it is. January can be a bit depressing at the best of times!! If you want to support us financially you can click on the Patron link and pledge a couple of quid a month, or click the Crowdfunding tab if you would prefer to give us a one-off payment. It all helps to keep the show on the road. Thanks to those who already do help us.

Until next week!

Paul

About Paul

Just trying to create a slice of wildlife and a place for people to chill out and meet new friends in this crazy world that we live in.
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