Hadnall's P3 Group (Parish Pathways Partnership)
This group was formed in 2016 with the aim of keeping the footpaths in the Parish kept open and pasable during the summer months and repairs made during the winter months.  The Shropshire Way passes through the village and is very popular with walkers and dog-walkers from the village as well as those from further afield.  A small band of 10 volunteers have managed to keep the Shropshire Way from getting overgrown with grass, nettles and thistlesThe group meets every two weeks during the summer, but did have to abandon work when it was too hot!

Dates that the group meets on are always posted on the village website in the diary - new volunteers are always welcome!


Activity Log:

Wednesday 21st June: We tried an experiment of having a working party on a Wednesday rather than the usual Tuesday, however it still didn't suit everyone, so a compromise is now planned, alternating Tuesday sessions with one on a Wednesday will give more folk an opportunity to contribute.  The website will be the best place to keep a track of when sessions will take place.
The most recent session saw a few hardy folk (- it was warm and muggy!) do some thistle and nettle clearing whilst others worked on laying a short section of path along the Shropshire Way.  Some materials for the path became available, so it was decided to start the construction to show what can be achieved.  It is hoped to eventually extend the path to about about 120m, so that walking in the winter is possible and safer!  However more materials and digger are needed to get that done!

26th September
Five group members spent the day with fellow P3 and Healthy Walking Groups at the Annual Shropshire Celebration Day.  Some went on a fungi Foray and learned about various aspects of wild fungi, one went for a walk over and around the Cliffe and one went for a guided walk around part of the Nesscliffe Training Camp, looking at the old Shropshire and Montgomery Railway and some of the old WW2 ammunition bunkers on the site.  The day proved to be rather damp, but lunch was provided in Nesscliffe Village Hall and we were updated with aspects of Shropshire Outdoor provision and an amusing talk about Shropshire Folklore.

The gang hard at work at the first working party and then enjoying a very
welcome drinks break provided by a kind local resident.

The first working Party worked at the back of the Chapel Road estate, clearing
the path and cutting back the overhanging branches

At a subsequent working party, the path across Church Field was strimmed to
give a nettle/thistle free path