Bridging the gap in Curbridge
The sun is shining which means it's a great time to get out and about in the Oxfordshire countryside.
And visitors to Curbridge can enjoy the scenery and wildlife while out walking on the River Windrush thanks to bridge repairs completed by the Oxfordshire County Council Countryside Tasks Team.
They have installed whole new set of decks which will allow users of the right-of-way to cross safely and enjoy the oxfordshire countryside.
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