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    Weʼve raised £6,140 to help fund the repair and maintenance of river walks and a bridge in a network in and near Lady Spring Wood, Malton

    Malton and Norton, North Yorkshire
    Funded on Thursday, 5th October 2017

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    The boardwalk in Lady Spring Wood runs by the River Derwent between Norton & Malton and Old Malton. It is unsafe, unlikely to survive another winter as it is in disrepair, and is to be removed. A small bridge over The Cut nearby has been removed for the same reason and this is already limiting the routes that can be taken by walkers.

    The wood is bursting with wildlife and ancient, beautiful springs bubbling with clear spring water. Access to the woods and other local paths has provided joy for walkers for many years in this beautiful part of North Yorkshire.

    We are applying for funding from local organisations, but to reach our goals for short and longer term improvements, and to indicate the support of members of the local community, we need to raise a further £6000 for a safe, accessible woodland pathway and bridge. Feedback from our recent Questionnaire revealed that 24% would no longer use the area if the boardwalk is totally removed and 98% supported installing the new bridge.

    We plan to use this money to fund the replacement of the bridge across The Cut south of Malton and Norton Rugby Club, and to contribute to the management of the Lady Spring Wood boardwalks which we aim to remove and replace - with boardwalk and some ground level pathways - later this year and early next year.

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      Supporters

      92

      • Caroline Dickinson

        Caroline Dickinson

        Oct 4, 2017

        £20.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Oct 4, 2017

        Lovely place to walk the dog! Thank you for your efforts in bringing the bridge back.

        £20.00

      • JD Wright

        JD Wright

        Oct 3, 2017

        more power to your elbow

        £20.00

      • Roger Taylor

        Roger Taylor

        Oct 2, 2017

        A huge thank you to Roger Taylor, Old Malton resident, for this enormous donation that takes us past our target!!!!!! Simply thrilled to bits. Thank you so much, and again to David White.

        £260.00

      • Brian Stannard and Jennifer Berry

        Brian Stannard and Jennifer Berry

        Oct 2, 2017

        Thank you Brian and Jennifer, neighbours in Old Malton, for responding so swiftly to David White's campaign to help us reach our target. Absolutely delighted.

        £60.00

      • Sarah Machin

        Sarah Machin

        Oct 2, 2017

        Great fundraising work! Thank you for your efforts for our community to enjoy!

        £20.00

      • Sarah Oswald

        Sarah Oswald

        Oct 1, 2017

        Thanks to Angela and Steve Wright for this generous donation. And for your time given in supporting this project by leafleting for us. I know you and the dogs love Lady Spring Wood!

        £40.00

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      FIona Croft

      FIona Croft

      Malton and Norton, North Yorkshire

      I am a local resident in Old Malton and Executive Member of the Malton and Norton Area Partnership, the group that brings together representatives from community groups, organisations, charities, the business sector, local councils to catalyse community initiatives.

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