These photographs show
Freshford Mill bridge which is listed as an ancient monument with a
maximum weight limit of 3 tons (the weight of a Rolls Royce plus a few
horses) There are three dogs swimming in the river and a little
earlier some youngsters managed to come down from Iford on an airbed!
Swimming in the Frome
Rosemary lane goes over the
bridge via a double bend and after a short distance bends again around the
perimeter of the Freshford Mill site. At present this is a quiet lane and
should surely, be designated as a Quiet Lane. Recent
subsidence threat to
Paul Hamblin, CPRE's Head of Transport, said:
'Highway authorities are stalling on Quiet Lanes in
the absence of Government Regulations, despite frequent
requests from residents for them to be established.
We urge the Government to help highway authorities take
action to create a pleasant, less intimidating and safer
country road network for the benefit of all users.'
And for horses: