ACWA Working Party
On 19-Jan-2011 a Working Party replaced 1 stile with a k/g and
built 1 new s/b on Circular Walk 2 between Kenilworth Greenway
and Old Waste Lane.
The finished sleeper bridge : 19-Jan-2011
On 19-Jan-2011 we completed the tasks on this path started on 20-Oct-2010. The
first task this month was to replace the old s/b by the first
k/g we installed that day. SMBC supplied 4 long planks plus
support planks, which produced an excellent bridge.
The finished kissing gate viewed from
the steps : 19-Jan-2011
The second task was to replace the remaining stile at
the bottom of the steps (where we added a rail on 16-Jul-2008) down from
Kenilworth Greenway. It is always satisfying to complete all
the improvements needed on a path!
A sunny day - perfect for photos! I was not there so Roger
took the photos and sent me 24 to choose from. I chose the 3
above, but if you want to see them all visit the MS Live SkyDrive at
Working Party 19-Jan-2011
A very successful morning. We had no less than 10 people
there, but everyone was involved with the work and it did enable us
to be finished and be away by 1pm.
... into the Jungle
From Mon-24-Jan to Wed-26-Jan 3 small WP joined WCC teams and
some local residents clearing overgrown shrubs & trees to
re-open paths on the definitive routes near Tattle Bank (off
the B 4095 just west of Claverdon). We then put in 9
WMP showing where all the paths should be, and now are! Visit
SkyDrive if you would like to see more photos. We
came away in the knowledge that we had achieved a good result!
The next session planned is:
February 2011 at 9:30 am to about 1:00
||On Circular Walk 1 east
of Pickford Green.|
Pickford Green Lane (near GR 275
Pickford Green Lane (GR 275 814) or
Replace an old wooden kissing gate and
a "dodgy" sleeper bridge. The site is on the walk 1 of
our 21 walks book just before Pickford Green Lane. It's
one field in, going east from Pickford Green lane
(GR 276 814) - Site 2 on Map) half way to where we
for Details of
The expected remaining 2011 dates are:
Wednesday 16-Nov-2011 |
Why not volunteer to join us whenever you can?
Please contact Bob Carey on 024 7645
5251 for further