Robert Hall, BBC, to open the Information Board at Couch Green

Robert-Hall

On our Dawn to Dusk Day on Sunday April 28th the Trustees of the Watercress Way are delighted that Robert Hall, a local who often walks parts of the trail, is to officially ‘open‘ the first of the 3 interpretation boards that we have installed.

You may know Robert from his long (and illustrious!) career with the BBC.

Do come along to Couch Green, S021 1EA, and meet Robert and the trustees informally (although a ribbon will inevitably be involved..!) between 2.00-2.30 – in between the family geocaching treasure trail at KIngs Worthy and the heritage walk at Sutton Scotney.

We are hoping the board’s artist Emma Lowres and HCC designers will be there too

If you can come perhaps drop an email to

Kimwatercressway@gmail.com

or use the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/watercressway/

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