Autumn Task along the Thames Path

20th September 2017

This week the weather was fine for the Trails Volunteer Task along the Thames Path near Eynsham, Oxfordshire. Local MP for Witney and West Oxfordshire, Robert Courts, came out and joined in with the task. The works included both light vegetation management and installing a new Thames Path sign post both made and installed by our volunteers. The scrub clearance works undertaken by our volunteers are crucial in maintaining and keeping the Thames Path open whilst good signage makes the route clear and enjoyable for walkers. A big thank you to Robert Courts MP and all our Volunteers who took part in the day’s activities. If you are interested in learning more about the work our volunteers do in helping to keep the Thames Path open then visit www.nationaltrail.co.uk/thames-path/volunteers or email nt.volunteers@oxfordshire.gov.uk

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Overhanging vegetation receives a cut back from Robert Courts MP
Volunteers take a well earned tea break by the Thames