Beech Bottom Dyke, Mini Action Day

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A slippery steep slope made access difficult during our efforts to clear the bottom of Beech Bottom Dyke, and this has now been addressed by clearing a path near the Ancient Briton Junction. The arrow shows where we started (see above and below).

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It proved easy to clear back growth in this area to reveal a gentle slope to the bottom of the Dyke.

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For the time being, it is not only the new entrance, but also the only exit, unless you are a mountain goat!

Photos: PC and RM

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