If you were lucky enough to have the time, while the autumn sunshine lasts, go down to the quayside at Wacker Quay, near Antony village, you’ll get a big surprise.
As well as the peace and quiet and spectacular views, like magic the potholes have disappeared and the car park has a brand new surface, with a French Drain installed.
All this is thanks to the band of happy volunteers who gathered last Friday to lay the 32 tons of road stone and a further 10 tons of drainage stone kindly donated by Greystone Quarries.
Greystone also provided 4 strong men for the day to add to the 9 Valley Volunteers under the supervision of the Tamar Community Trust.
Robert Plumb, Chair of the Trust said “ We are thrilled with the outcome and can’t thank Greystone enough for their generous support in the important work we carry out to maintain trails and woodlands across the tamar valley”
Graham Hicks from Greystone Aggregates said “ Our guys have enjoyed the collaboration with the Trust and look forward to supporting their activities again in future. Wacker Quay is such a special place, which I hope everyone can now enjoy to the full”
Wacker Quay is managed by the Tamar Community Trust under licence and is supported by Antony Parish Council. It includes the weel known quayside and beauty spot and 2 km walk along the Lyhner estuary to Antony village.
Robert Plumb, Chair of TCT 07814767846 or email@example.com or visit our website www.tamar trails.co.uk