Riverwalk cleanup planned

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This large area of nature, in the heart of Manchester, is now home to a trail that encourages walking and making the town more pedestrian friendly. From the site of the former bowling alley to the Mill pond, this 200 feet of river frontage named "Riverwalk" is one part of the local solution to the climate crisis.

In the future, the hope is to work with other groups, public and private, to create a useful, handicap accessible public park with a bridge across the river, a stairway to Main Street, and a stage for theater-in-the-woods.

For information, contact info@Transitiontownmanchester.org.



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