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Posted: 05/07/2018 09:36:24
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I realise it's not that much visited being small but just a note of caution. Bunnies have tunnelled through the sand that has piled up at the edge of the Clwyd cap and caused a small collapse that has undercut the edge. Cap is still perfectly stable but it is on the approach side to the ladder and there is a possibility of putting a foot right through the cap and snapping a leg. Keep left on the way in and right on the way out, sometime we will get back up there and put some timber down to cover it. IP: 81.151.57.209 Edited: 05/07/2018 09:43:50 by Helgrrr
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