Tower Hide open at Black Hole Marsh

Just a bit of news — David (of Axe Estuary Birds) writes

The Tower Hide at BHM has been opened to the public for the Easter weekend.
It is magnificent, and worth the effort – and the 21 steps – to get there if you can
It does not have any windows or benches yet – these will be installed between Tuesday and Thursday next week.

The official notice from Doug Rudge (East Devon District Council Countryside Contracts Officer) states:

The Tower Hide at Black Hole Marsh will be OPEN to the public over the Easter weekend, although the windows and the benches have yet to be fitted. We will need to close it again for three days from Tuesday 26th April to Thursday 28th April for the building work to be completed. Please note that there is currently no wheelchair access from the end of the track into the hide.

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