Tuesday, 7 June 2016

"Cadhay's house and gardens are a Devon destination"

The mediaeval fish ponds at Grade I Cadhay form part of the setting of the house, and are listed in their own right. For many hundreds of years, they have relied on ONE water source - originating at Straitgate.

Is it any wonder then that local people are worried by Aggregate Industries' reckless 'seasonal working' scheme, a scheme that would see giant excavators tear right down to the water table - as the company outlined in its recent resource statement, particularly when its hydrogeological specialists can't say with any certainty where the maximum water table lies?