NEW FOOTBRIDGES IN WAKEFIELD
Our society has recently funded two new footbridges in Wakefield. Both bridges were constructed by volunteers supervised by the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers.
The first is on North Elmsall footpath 9 connecting South Elmsall with Wrangbrook. It replaces a very dilapidated plank and is a very welcome improvement. Wakefield Council are completing improvements to the path surface and reinstating part of the path on the definitive line as part of the agreement.
The second is on Ackworth footpath 13. The path is part of a popular route connecting the villages of Ackworth Top Moor and Low Ackworth with the villages of Thorpe Audlin and Wentbridge. A comprehensive signposting scheme and some path surface improvements are due to be carried out by Wakefield Council as part of the agreement.
Twenty two new signposts (Numbers 339 and 351 to 371) have been erected by the Society between January and June this year. You can view details of these signs on our Signposts - where they are page. Click on the second link to view their location using Google Earth. Signposts erected in 2009 are in the 'New Signs' folder.
TRANS PENNINE TRAIL
Read July Newsletter here (pdf file, 260Kb)
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