Walking Roots

I love spotting howlers in the work of others, so today’s I newspaper had a wonderful article on Pontesford Hill in Shrewsbury which has been bought by local people to preserve a much loved Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The article continues : “access to the conifer-covered hill, which hosts many popular walking roots, has been under threat in recent months after its private owner challenged the public’s freedom to roam over the peak. ”

I’m not sure if I want to see those walking roots. Are they tiny and cute or scary and triffid like? We need to know.

Humour and typo aside, well done to the locals.

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