On Thursday we were tasked with installing three finger posts and a new path at Ash Green Meadows.
Following a very muddy day in the rain installing a map board by the car park last Friday, we quickly realised that the entrance to the dismantled railway track from the car park was very slippery. Due to this concern it was decided that a new safe path was of high priority.
It was very nice to work in the sun for a change, making the path safe for access to the site and the new map board. It was even better that we had the pleasure of Blooming Marvellous helping us for the day.
Originally asked to install two finger posts, the skilled group showed us how it was done by getting them both installed before lunch and then installed a third one! Then helped us cut and fit the terram and fill in the path with aggregate.
Paul, Mike, Eric and Stu did great work installing the sideboards for the path to maintain the shape of the path. Truly skilled work, well done !
A huge thank you to everyone that joined us on Thursday, it was a great days work and we all had a lot of fun as well. A thank you also to Jeremy and Stu for finishing the path on Friday.
Assistant Ranger Bobbie