Rotary Way, the Marsh & Ham Footpaths

Marsh and Ham footpath project

Rotary Way

"Rotary Way"

The new "Rotary Way" sign on the all-weather path between the Blue and Black Bridges, celebrates our support and collaboration with Graham Stanley and the Dorst Rangers in improving public access to the Blandford Meadows.


Opening the New Ramp

The new ramp and flood resistant paths on the Marsh & Ham Meadow at Blandford were officially opened on Saturday 28th January 2014 by the Mayor of Blandford Councillor Bob Brannigan.

The project to create an all weather path with disabled access has been undertaken by a community group led by Blandford Rotary and will qualify for an award of nearly

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A Rotary gift to the town

more An ornamental flowering pear tree was presented to the town in 2005 on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the granting of its charter. This is the tree pictured on the 21st March 2014.

Clean up Blandford Campaign

more Clean up of the trail way

The entrance to Angus Wood

The Angus Wood Project 2012

more An environmental project involving schools and local organisations.

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Rotary Way

Environmental Projects

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