Tarvin Community Centre
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Tarvin Community Centre
By Tarvin Community Woodland Trust - 13th July 2013 1:55pm
Woodland Trustees would like to remind everyone that our footpath contractor, W.E. Parsons & Co Limited, will begin work to upgrade the path surface in the woodland on Monday 22nd July 2013, starting at the Townfield Lane end. It is expected that the whole project will be completed in less than three weeks and so the woodland should be completely available for families to fully use and to enjoy for most of the school Summer holidays. It is hugely important that we should make strenuous efforts to keep everyone safe during this work and so the section of path which is being worked on at the time must be closed. We will give notice of any path closures as far in advance as we can. And, of course, whenever one of the "Grogan's Walk" pathways is temporarily closed, the bridleway which runs in parallel with it will always be open as an alternative route — watch out for the diversion signs. We hope that your walk will not be spoiled and we ask you to bear with us while the work is under way. You know that the outcome will be well worthwhile!
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