Post TI replaced. Feature picture is an interesting new sculpture near the car park. And here’s Burrs custodian John McIntosh.
Missing or poor-condition posts replaced today at Brabyns Park, Reddish Vale and Wythenshawe Park. The picture shows the new post P at Wythenshawe.
Snow, but not quite enough to be seriously exciting. The photo shows where post X ought to be.
Fence with a plaque on restored to the vertical at Urmston Meadows; plaque replaced on bridge at Reddish Vale; full tour of Dove Stone. All in a days work – and now there are no issues that we know about in any parks, other than quite a bit of painting would be good.
Picture is Dove Stone post Y, which had been reported as very hard to find – quite possibly because the circle was nowhere near the right place.
From the dawn of GMOA time, we’ve charged £1 per map, irrespective. We have now switched to a policy where the price of a map reflects a combination of costs we incur and contributions from the individual park authorities.
A set of keys has been found at Dove Stone – near a place unlikely to be visited unless you were orienteering (control CC). Looks like house keys and a make of car. Contact us if they could be yours.
Last week, the frozen conditions prevented digging in replacement posts … so we went on a tour of post checks and gardening – Kersal Moor, Philips Park Prestwich, Clifton, Blackleach and Sale Water Park.
Photo is a boat-shaped thingy at Clifton Country Park.
A couple of days of maintenance activity his week:
Checks of Chadderton Hall Park, and Strinesdale. New S/F plaques at the S1 and S2 starts at Daisy Nook. Rotted plaque D replaced at Gorse Hall.
Missing plaque O replaced at Burrs Country Park. Rotten post Z replaced and missing plaque D put in at Hoyles Park. Missing post A replaced at Queens Park Heywood. Missing post R replaced at Moss Bank.
Photo is the bridge at Queens Park Heywood, from near post A.
Apologies to everyone inconvenienced by the stern insecurity warnings issued due to our SSL expiring, and not being fixed for a fortnight. Not in any way related to the previous post.
All should now be OK. Let us know if you have any concerns.
Yesterday, the web site was down all day.
In the last few days, we’ve discovered a rogue admin user – now deleted, several rogue news posts – now deleted, and this database corruption – now recovered.
Apologies for any inconvenience. If you see anything odd on the site – please let us know.