The newly shaped and landscaped bank of the River Avon – along from Churchill Bridge – continues to take shape.
Chatting to one workman, he said they hoped it would be ready for people to use by early autumn.
Apparently, the little medieval bridge that was uncovered during an archaeological dig on the site IS being restored ‘in situ’ but he said ‘the authorities’ had still not decided how to present it.
I feel another check is necessary. I do keep pushing on this one.
Across the river, the building of a flood retention wall continues apace. It really is taking on the shape of being Bath’s WALL.
While work on both sides of the Avon is part of a scheme to widen the river’s capacity – and reduce the risk of flooding to homes and businesses at this point – l do hope they are going to face the concrete with something more attractive to soften the look.