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Due to circumstances beyond our control, Dawnus Construction will be carrying out some essential maintenance works to Ashcott Railway Bridge on behalf of the Environment Agency who manage the main path through the reserve. These works are due to commence on the 4th of January 2016. The works will take approximately 3 weeks. This means that access via the main footpath will not be available during this period. However, the reserve and all other paths remain open as usual and access will be via an alternative signed route along the Glastonbury canal. We regret that this path is unsuitable for disabled and cycling access. During this period, the RADAR key system allowing access to the disabled parking area on the reserve will not be in operation. The Ham Wall team hope that you will continue to enjoy the reserve during this period and apologise for any inconvenience caused.
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