Wild Walk

Prior to the site boundary being installed the Project Manager noticed that students from a local school went to the bowling alley weekly, but walked across the site to get there.

Once the hoarding had gone up the student’s route increased by about half a mile, which would be the new route when the medical centre had been completed.

Sean decided to approach the council with an idea to create a pathway, beyond the original site boundary, to access the station and bowling alley for the public.

The idea was approved and the pathway developed into a partnership project and the ’Speller Metcalfe Wild Walk’ was born. The route was planted out to be insect and bird habitat friendly.

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