C&RT have been busy down bothe sides of the South Oxford Canal and left the logs piled under the hedge, towpath side. Hope you like these trees Gary! The towpath was well mown and wider, as the hedges have been well cut back hereabouts, hurrah! Because of this however we had to fish out clumps of floating twigs and vegetation above the locks. We also cleared the overflow weirs out with our keb.
There was a long line of newly dug ‘pyramids’ along this towpath where the Moles had been busy at work. Also stone filled Gabions had been used to build up a nice solid towpath on one stretch. The cottage beside Kings Sutton Lock is for sale, although a newly erected sign refers to it as ‘Tarver’s Lock’. South of here badly needs dredging though as progress was slow where it was so shallow.