Round at Bill's Mother's - November 23
The relaxed rolling news service for full members. 13 Nov update
Today: at the National Trust AGM members voted its own recommended candidates onto the board of trustees, and the various motions all went the way recommended by the Trust, despite a series of campaigns against their current approach. The motion to improve cycling and walking access was carried by a huge majority. More below.
The ‘South Yorkshire Parkrun Challenge’ across all the region’s parkruns will be launched at Endcliffe Park next week. And concerns about luxury housing plans at the old Dyson’s site on the edge of the Peak District. More details below.
Earlier Stories: Waxwings arrive from Scandinavia for a possible ‘Waxwing winter’. Heroes from Rivelin Valley Conservation Group have been working hard after footpaths were submerged and goits blocked by recent extreme weather events. Did the beaver-like work in the Limb Valley help thwart floods in the Sheaf? And a host of developments on the Porter and Sheaf need your attention. Plus your full November What's On Out There listings.
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