Urmston Meadows and Longford Park now restored to completeness. The photo doesn’t show the elusive post Y at Longford Park.
Prince’s Park is now fully restored. A very pleasant few hours work replacing 3 posts and one plaque. The Park seemed to be very popular with local dog walkers many of whom were interested in what we were doing.
A full inspection of the Tegg’s Nose permanent orienteering course was made on a cold early November day. There was evidence of the first snowfall of the year.
At the top of Tegg’s Nose is an orientation table explaining the view across the Cheshire Plain, ideal for a short break in your orienteering course.
A full check was made of the relatively new permanent orienteering course at Lyme Park. All posts are in place and the wood were looking stunning. The photo here is looking into the beech wood of Knights Low Wood.
Lyme Park is also a good place to run, whether you are on the course or not, a good set of hills with good paths and excellent views.
Both Kersal courses are now in great shape. Kersal Moor – a bit of new mapping and some clearance of inconvenient vegetation. Kersal Dale – a new post W, a new plaque B, quite a bit of painting and vegetation clearance. Both parks have some interesting local history.