The railway bridge in North Weald has been vandalised

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: The railway bridge in Kiln Road The railway bridge in Kiln Road

Graffiti on a railway bridge will be tackled by community volunteers.

The graffiti-covered bridge in Kiln Road, North Weald, will be scrubbed down by staff at GreenAcres Woodland Burials, along with volunteers who want to improve the look of the area.

Epping Ongar Railway will be involved and the district council has backed the scheme.

GreenAcres said it wanted to invoke “old-fashioned community spirit”.

The event will take place from 11am on March 15.

Due to the nature of the project, children must be aged 12 years and older and be accompanied by an adult.

Anyone who wishes to join can click here, to find out more.


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