Last week, NT staff and volunteers in Plymbridge Woods were found taking a dip in the River Plym, to repair existing revetments close to the weir. As a popular picnic and paddling area for families and dog walkers, the river bank receives a lot of wear and tear. Such repairs are required to maintain the weir’s function, as well as to allow people to continue enjoying the location. Phase 1 took a full day to complete using a tractor, some shovels and a lot of elbow grease. The remaining repairs are to follow soon.