Plymbridge plans will be beneficial
AT LAST the National Trust has had the conviction and courage to at least press ahead with the reduced plan for the trail.
Also it was very pleasing to see that the politicians on the council's planning committee saw fit to pass these plans, and in doing so have clearly shown their inclusiveness and openness to all citizens, as these woods were never an extension of a few local residents' back gardens.
However there will still be detractors and objectors, but with the greatest respect to their well-meaning intentions, perhaps they have been misinformed throughout this elongated process?
Firstly it is clear from the plans that dog walkers, joggers and afternoon strollers need not be concerned, as the design and intention of the trails will only attract families and leisure cyclists who will pose no danger or inconvenience.
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Secondly, and more importantly, this trail will alleviate some of the erosion and damage from the overuse suffered on other main woodland paths and tracks, and as a consequence will only enhance the natural and physical sustainability of the whole woodland environment.
DR JIM ROBERTS