Before and after photos

Here are some photos of before and after our work (starting May 2014).  If you want to see more photos, you can look at our blog
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The overgrown bridleway down to Lumb Falls

 

Hebble Hole

ncovering the causey path on the Calderdale way at Hebble Hole, Colden

Nettles removed to reveal a path and steps going down through Brearley woods and a bench. Top of Midgley Road
Nettles removed to reveal a path and steps going down through Brearley woods and a bench. Top of Midgley Road
Some steps emerge from the undergrowth (not sure where)
Some steps emerge from the undergrowth (not sure where)
Hidden steps and waymark on a path at Daisy Bank Hebden Bridge
Hidden steps and waymark on a path at Daisy Bank Hebden Bridge
Impassable stile on a path below Burlees Lane, Hebden Bridge
Impassable stile on a path below Burlees Lane, Hebden Bridge
Impassable path (with bare legs) due to nettles, above Hardcastle Crags
Impassable path (with bare legs) due to nettles, above Hardcastle Crags
Balsam clearance at Foster dam, Hebden Bridge - lots more to do
Balsam clearance at Foster dam, Hebden Bridge – lots more to do
Uncovering steps at Daisy Bank above Mytholmroyd
Uncovering steps at Daisy Bank above Mytholmroyd
A new path up to the campsite at Midgehole
A new path up to the campsite at Midgehole
The riverside path was washed away last year, now reconstructed out of stone and gravel from the river
The riverside path was washed away last year, now reconstructed out of stone and gravel from the river
Stairway to Old Town, the steps at the bottom where you used to have to jump down on to the main road
Stairway to Old Town, the steps at the bottom where you used to have to jump down on to the main road
Muddy path caused by overflowing trough, water source fixed and stepping stones laid, all it needs is a few rain free days to dry out!
Muddy path caused by overflowing trough, water source fixed and stepping stones laid, all it needs is a few rain free days to dry out!
Before and after a cutting back session above Ripponden
Before and after a cutting back session above Ripponden