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New Path at Manchester Climbing Wall

Apr 27, 2018 | News, Park Improvements

This spring, with a $14,000 grant awarded to Groundwork RVA from the National Park Service, work will begin on a dedicated path connecting the Floodwall to the T. Potterfield Memorial Bridge. This path will divert traffic from the climbing area to provide a safer experience for both climbers and those who are just “passing though.” The work will include removal of invasive species, improvements to the bridge stairs and new signage. This effort supports Groundwork RVA’s mission to provide youth programs that occupy a hands-on role in creating positive changes to enhance green spaces in Richmond communities.

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