For those of you who already enjoy the delights of Brockhall Quarry at Stretton Sugwas, access has often involved clambering over gates or a very awkward stile, which may have prevented some people from even attempting it. However, this has all changed and the Duchy has very kindly installed a kissing gate at the main entrance (see below).
This will certainly be a vast improvement, especially to the Walking for Health group from Wyevale, who explore the Quarry every second Thursday of the month and support the coffee morning afterwards.
We are extremely fortunate to have such a beautiful spot right on our doorstep and its popularity has gradually been increasing, especially over the last year or two. However, some people are not as responsible or caring about the countryside as others, resulting in more litter and dog waste. If you are accessing the Quarry from the main entrance, there’s a bin (plus dog bin) opposite the church.