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Kilvey Hill and the long haul

I haven’t forgotten Kilvey Hill (previous blogs on April 21st 2012, September 30th 2012, April 25th 2013, October 4th 2013), and the higher rights to be claimed on the lanes – especially Windmill Way and Reservoir Way.  I recently met … Continue reading

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Save Morfa Beach: the pre-Inquiry in Margam Park

Last Tuesday, I spent the morning representing Open Spaces Society at the pre-Inquiry meeting held by the Planning Inspector to ensure the smooth running of an Inquiry into three footpath orders, including closing of Longlands Lane to Morfa Beach.  Afterwards, … Continue reading

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Return to Kilvey Hill: getting the bigger picture

Last Monday I went back to Kilvey Hill with Kate Ashbrook, Open Spaces Society‘s General Secretary (whose blog complementing this is at http://campaignerkate.wordpress.com/2013/04/23/kilvey-hills-culture/).  OSS members Richard and Amanda had organised a tour of the hill, beginning with meeting Macsen, Richard’s … Continue reading

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Kilvey Hill, Swansea: council path creation order is not enough

Kilvey Hill, on the east of Swansea, has been used by generations of people from the terraces and estates around.  Unusually, as I found out when invited as nearest Open Spaces Society representative, the network of lanes and tracks have … Continue reading

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