Replacement footbridge opens for Cuttle Brook visitors

Volunteers building the new Cuttle Brook bridge
Image caption The bridge was funded by a £5,000 grant

A new pedestrian foot bridge with better disabled access has opened at Cuttle Brook Nature Reserve near Thame.

It replaces a 15-year-old bridge which was dilapidated and too small for mobility scooters to access.

The bridge was designed and built by volunteers and funded by a £5,000 grant from Trust for Oxfordshire and Thames Town Council.

The Cuttle Brook Conservation volunteers group meets once a month to maintain the 30-acre site.

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