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PEAP brochure with the designers

A new footbridge along the route of the first PEAP walk.
A new footbridge along the route of the first PEAP walk.
Camera courtesy of Fujifilm
A leaflet containing a map and details of a local walk is currently with the designers. Once the format is agreed, it is hoped the brochure will be printed and distributed to all North Mymms homes this autumn. Itís the first initiative resulting from the North Mymms PEAP (Parish Environmental Action Plan).

The brochure for the three-mile circular walk from Brookmans Park will also have details of environmental, historical, and geological points of interest along the way. It will invite people to submit ideas on how a PEAP could benefit North Mymms.

The Countryside Management Service (CMS), which is promoting the PEAP project countywide, says local communities that come up with proposals for a PEAP could benefit to the tune of £6,000, which can be used for enhancing paths and restoring stiles and footpath signs. You can also discuss this issue and add your thoughts and suggestions about what could be done locally in a special thread on PEAPs in this site's forum.

22 September 2004 (updated October 21 2004)

Note: An earlier version of this story was incorrect in suggesting that the brochure was already at the printers. As of October 2004 it is still with the designers.

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Parish launches environmental action plan - 18 July 2003
Community action plan for the environment - 25 June 2003

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