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  Issue No. 2222 Online Edition Tuesday 29 July 2014 
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Ascension : Message from the Administrator
Submitted by The Islander (Ascension Island Government) 03.07.2014 (Article Archived on 17.07.2014)

Re-opening of Convalescence and Invalids Path, and opening of new path to Monkey Rock Cemetery.

 

 

Message from the Administrator

Invitation

 

Re-opening of Convalescence and Invalids Path, and opening of new path to Monkey Rock Cemetery.

 

Saturday 12 July, 3.30pm, Residency

 

The Warden of Green Mountain, Stedson Stroud, has managed to clear Convalescence and Invalids paths and created a new path from the start of Scouts Path that links up with Monkey Rock Cemetery avoiding the Residency grounds. This is a great achievement by Stedson and his AIG colleagues, as well as volunteers. Thank you to everyone involved.

 

 

In association with the Ascension Heritage Society and Ascension Island Hash House Harriers, these paths will be formally opened on Saturday 12 July at 3.30pm after which Stedson will lead a circular walk of all three, ending at the Residency for refreshments. I hope many of you will come and enjoy this part of the mountain.

 

Please note that from 1 August the Residency grounds can no longer be used for accessing Monkey Rock Cemetery. It will revert to being a family home with the arrival of my successor and his family of five young children. They will, understandably, want to have privacy in their home.

 

 

Colin Wells,

Administrator

 

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