/ Clean up of Dumbarton Rock
They do shoreline clean-ups on and off with locals who come along and the council supply ppe bags pickers etc.
If what they are now going to do is open it up, remove all the trees old shipyard debris etc, then that will help keep away (hopefully) those that use it for drinking etc.
At the moment there is a lot of rusty metal etc around there that the shoreline cleanups just can't tackle. It needs some heavy equipment to make a read difference down there.
I will try and catch up on the prog when I get home, cheers
here is the good side of Dumbarton Castle
The bad side, Old shipyard treees graffitti etc
And of course the delightful view you see from the castle (that will not change despite any cleanup of the castle !)
>The bad side, Old shipyard treees graffitti etc
Looks like a set of pics of Sonnie Trotter trying Rhapsody to me. Is that what you you meant to link to?
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