In May, inspectors from the Green Flag award scheme surveyed the whole of the Wom Brook Walk from Rushford Bridge, close to where the Brook enters Wombourne in the east, to where it leaves the village in the west, at the edge of Poolhouse.
This formed part of the annual inspection process, and it is hoped that the village should learn soon the result of that inspection.
(Members of the inspection team are photographed above.)
This multi-coloured fibreglass model of a rhino would be an unlikely sight at the best of times, but the city of Chester has in the region of 60 + models located in and around the city.
‘Rhino Mania‘ is an interesting initiative which not only brings an endangered species toÂ prominence, but engages local groups in an engaging art project. Could a similar event be staged within Wombourne to promote the plight of the water vole?
For further information about ‘Rhino Mania‘ , please click on this LINK.
Saturday 3rdÂ Â Â Work Party
Thursday 15th Â Â Â Work Party
Saturday 17thÂ Â Â Event: Butterflies of Baggeridge, led by David Jackson
Meet 10:30am Main car park Baggeridge, next to Rangers’ Office
Saturday 7thÂ Â Â Work Party
Thursday 19th Â Â Â Work Party
Saturday 21stÂ Â Â Event: Wild Poolhouse-above and below water