For four years I've been keeping the section of the High Weald Landscape Trail west of Cuckfield open for walkers by clearing the brambles and bracken that used to make it virtually impassible in the summer months. See http://sussexrambler.blogspot.com/2007/07/clear-local-paths.html for the situation in 2007.
Some weeks ago twenty Ramblers from Mid Sussex Ramblers spent just ten minutes on a walk to cut bracken and brambles on this section of path. That was a great help. My thanks to all who participated.
This section of path is now sporting wild flowers; Red Campion, Stitchwort, bluebells amongst others.
If dog walkers would clear up the dog excrement that they leave on the path, it would be more of a joy for all walkers.
Tuesday, 5 July 2011
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