Alongside Poyll Dooey Nature Reserve is a bridle path which I often take another detour down. Again it's another fantastic area to see wildlife on one side and this industrial park on the other.
Sometimes being vertically challenged(ok little) has it's advantages. Any taller and my eye level would have been above the hedge. I wanted to put the scene in context showing the view from the bridal path, onto Gladstone Park, with Skyhill behind to show the two can sometimes live in harmony.
Gladstone Park presently houses several business outlets as well as being the main Post Office depot in the North of the island. The future of the Industrial Park though is under speculation. For the past year Rumours have been rife that the post office depot is to close, be relocated, tescos buying the land to open a brand new supermarket, no change, demolished for housing etc.
So who knows? That's the point though! We who live in Ramsey would like to know. Town(none) planners tend not to live where they wreck a town, so just before you give us something we don't want or need, or take something away we do, can we have a say. A radical thought I know, but it just might catch on.
Now a request to all you kind inquisitive bloggers out there. I know more than one of you will be able to help out here. Not a neme or awards, far more important if you'd like to read on.
From Bubblewench and Daryl
Does anyone know anything at all about a disease called Pulmonary Haemosiderosis if so can they contact Jo Beaufoix for her friend Marie who is suffering from this disease. Thank you.
Leave you with that today.