New Bridges…Hen Parc, Glas y Dorlan a Phont Trochwr

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Hen Parc, Kingfisher and Dipper Bridge

CVCP helped Chris Dale and Ursula Jones (Swansea Council) to fix nameplates to the new bridges over the River Clyne. CVCP volunteers were heavily involved in building the bridges under Chris Dale’s guidance last year.

Kingfisher (Glas y Dorlan) and Dipper (Trochwr) bridges are named for the birdlife you may be lucky enough to spot there, and bypass an awkward section of the Riverside Path. However, the linking path on the far side of the river will only be completed by the Access Team once the ground has dried out enough.

Hen Parc Bridge gives access to a path through the woods up to Clyne Common. CVCP are developing new walks to take advantage of the bridge – watch this space!

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