Wednesday, 26 October 2011

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3 comments:

Hotels in Torquay said...

Safety for the tourist and the inhabitants are the most important that's why those trees has to go! It made Torquay more beautiful and we can always plant trees that won't endager other people.

Rose

Adrian said...

As I child I remember going with my parents to view rock walk. The coloured lights shining on the trees seemed magical. Two weeks ago I went back to see the new rock walk. What a shame that after spending so much money creating the new paths that it has been allowed for weeds to take over. I also visited Cockington Gardens. So many of Torquays businesses rely on the tourist trade, such a shame that the council just doesn't care.

Adrian said...

As I child I remember going with my parents to view rock walk. The coloured lights shining on the trees seemed magical. Two weeks ago I went back to see the new rock walk. What a shame that after spending so much money creating the new paths that it has been allowed for weeds to take over. I also visited Cockington Gardens. So many of Torquays businesses rely on the tourist trade, such a shame that the council just doesn't care.
Adrian

Notes about the blog. Updated 08 March 2008

Not much is happening at Rock Work now. All the work clearing the trees has been done. A barrier has been erected to prevent rock falls from reaching the road. Now we wait for the geological survey in May to see what can be done to fix the rocks in place.
After that when work starts again later in the year I will post more photos.
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