Projects to clear vegetation to allow monitoring of the state of the walls along several sections of the New Cut will start soon.
It’s great to be able to share some positive news. Both Gaol Ferry Bridge and the Chocolate Path will be re-opening in early September.
A city council tree officer has contacted FrANC to explain why a large sycamore tree on the banks of the Avon New Cut will need to be felled.
Repairs on the Chocolate Path along the Avon New Cut are now likely to continue until the end of July.
On Saturday, 23 FrANC members and friends turned out for the last of the 2022/23 winter season litter picks along the New Cut.
We’re delighted that FrANC’s work has been assessed as outstanding by the Royal Horticultural Society and Britain in Bloom’s It’s Your Neighbourhood scheme.
According to a Bristol 24/7 article published on 7th October, the extensive repairs to the path and surrounding land are expected to be completed in early 2023.
Since the project began last autumn, Guy Malkerson and a group of intrepid gardeners have met on a monthly basis at Butterfly Junction.