‘Greening’ of Rood Hill wall is suggested
A Congleton landmark has been called “ugly”, “unimaginative” and “boring” by campaigners who want to tackle pollution in the town.
Rood Hill wall, which runs down the right-hand side of Rood Hill towards Rood Lane, is to be targeted by environmentalists as a site for potential “gree-ning”.
They want to cover the wall in plants such as moss and a medium to aid its growth such as soil and water.
The plan has been praised and criticised, with some arguing that it was too ambitious and that the wall should be “left alone”.
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