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A site about the piece of land now to be called Treverlen – history, ancient and modern and its developments, like the new St John’s Primary School and the Treverlen Park to be completed in the summer of 2019

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Anti-gravity?

There was an infamous TV artist who used to paint, frequently commenting “Can you see what it is yet?” This is the question in our minds as we watch the final throes of the SUDS system. Over the last couple of weeks, many of the workers on site have been practising their plumber’s suck in …

Crumbs!

This week has been so wet that it was surprising to see any work done at all, but doggedly all week vans have been arriving, squeezing into the park gates to deliver – crumbs! Actually the soft rubber crumbs are to cushion falls from the various bits of climbing fun. The climbing rocks are professionally …

T-Rox

Last week we mentioned the white Stonehenge that had rolled down from the mountains but this week all changed. It has acquired colour and texture so now resembles a Shar pei dog, all brown folds and wrinkles. Treverlen rocks are here. In reality, the white blocks have been sprayed with a thick coat of stone-like …

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