Snow Scene outside Pen-Cw, Blagdon before road footpath improvements were carried out

Snow Scene outside of Pen-Cw, Blagdon before road footpath improvements were carried out

1 Response to “Snow Scene outside Pen-Cw, Blagdon before road footpath improvements were carried out”


  1. 1 David Symes June 17, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    Certainly different today from that in the photo, as what would be under the snow now is the pavement which runs past Pen-Cw starting up by the Mead Playing field entrance and going all the way to the School passing by the Cricket Club entrance. The front lawn of Pen-Cw used to come nearly out to the main road and on the road side of the wall was a grass bank which became through use by people a small little path. When planning for a pavement was finalised, the front lawn of Pen-Cw was reduced to make way for this pavement, a new front wall on either side of the entrance gate was constructed


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