There is a lot of new activity on the paths around the village.
Monmouthshire CC will be replacing some of the waymarking signs that were damaged in the snow and clearing some fallen trees on public rights of way.
Natural Resources Wales have been installing new signs and interpretation boards at Manor Wood and Beacon Hill and will be putting in new waymarking for the two walks in each of these locations. These walks have fallen into disrepair over recent years, so we are delighted to see them being brought back into use. Modest revisions have been made to the original routes to take in features of interest and avoid a few stretches of more difficult terrain.
The final piece of current work is the replacement of the steps down to the Manor Brook Footbridge (pictures below). The footbridge is closed while the work is going on, but it should be completed by the end of February.
Our thanks to Monmouthshire County Council and Natural Resources Wales for their continued support for maintaining and improving the path network around The Narth.