[Talk-GB] 3rd Midlands OSM New Year Meetup
sk53.osm at gmail.com
Wed Dec 21 08:55:15 UTC 2016
I'll do my best to get along.
These paths have not only been well surveyed over past 7 years, but they
are short. I can probably describe each of these routes across the railway
to a very fine level of detail. For instance there is a fine hedge of Holly
along the east side of the path north of Barratt Lane no 1 crossing. A
great place for Holly Blue butterflies in the Spring.
Defending the Attenborough crossings will undoubtedly generate a great
campaigning team. I'm already in touch with members of the reserve
management committee and Beeston Wildlife Group (there is a distinct
Footpaths in the countryside often don't gave such defenders, getting them
mapped & problems reported is a very worthwhile OSM activity. In some parts
of the country highway authorities don't even meet the bare minimum of
their statutory duties for rights of way. (I'm still awaiting a response
from Kent about a blocked path I reported months ago).
On 20 Dec 2016 22:07, "Philip Barnes" <phil at trigpoint.me.uk> wrote:
> On Tue Dec 20 21:22:26 2016 GMT, Andy Townsend wrote:
> > On 20/12/2016 20:55, Paul Sladen wrote:
> > >
> > > [Based on developments today], Why not hold it at the Bluebell in
> > > Attenborough on the evening of Wednesday, 8 January 2016.
> > Because it'd be dark? :)
> And a worknight would exclude the West Midlands part of The Midlands ;)
> Phil (trigpoint)
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