If you go up to St Kenelm’s Pass you will see the result of a true community effort by volunteers to stop further damage to our beautiful Clent Hills.
Bob Ayres National Trust Clent Hills head ranger has provided the raw timber. Richard Marchant (pictured) the owner of the Tree Company based at St Kenelm’s wood yard provided the machinery and manpower to harvest the timber, haul it in and mill it into posts. Stuart and Sadie Geggie of Highcourt Farm provided yard space, tractors and helped install. Jordan from Heritage Maintenance Services provided the post knocking machinery and operated it.
This was a collaborative project made up of volunteers and no-one has charged for their time or use of equipment. They all recognized the damage caused by off-road activity and felt compelled to do something.
The Parish Council, our district councillor (Margaret Sherrey) and county councillor (Karen May) all have had a hand in this.
CLENT COMMUNITY ULTRAFAST BROADBAND PROJECT Dear Resident/ Business Owner The aim of the project is to upgrade all homes and businesses in Clent to Ultrafast broad band which means download speeds up to 1000 Mbs. Current Clent speeds are at best 80 Mbs (known as Superfast) or much much less. You might be happy with […]
Clent Parish Council has taken the lead on behalf of all homes and businesses in Clent to upgrade the Parish to ultrafast broadband. This is a scheme jointly funded by central Government and Worcester County Council (WCC). A total of 401 premises have been registered with Openreach. By mid-January 2021 Openreach should have provided indicative […]
Worcester County Council (WCC) together with Central Government are funding a scheme to upgrade rural broadband to ultrafast broadband (BB). To qualify residents and businesses must not be able to get BB speed of 100Mbps or more, must not be in an existing government funded scheme for a BB upgrade and apply as a group […]