My old lady and me went for a long walk on Saturday. This walk took in, as last week, Manor farm restoration. I should have taken the opportunity to hop on the site and record what Inert had done, but decided to crack on with our walk.
The pump was off, there were signs that Inert have tinkered with the site, and the steel plates across the north of the Bailey bridge have been removed. I can only assume this was done due to the plates moving. Bit of a shame, really, as it was very nice to walk across the plates, rather than having to negotiate deep ruts, soggy mud or mud raised up the sides of the vehicle track. I guess it is necessary for safety reasons. I can see some jobs worth numpty 'tripping' on the steel plates ('causes they weren't paying attention) and then suing Cemex for not putting up signs warning them of the dirty great big steel plates.
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