The River Plym near Cadover Bridge

I was at Lower Cadworthy Farm earlier in the week to meet a former National Trust colleague to discuss a project I am working on for the NT. Lower Cadworthy Farm is owned by the NT and run as long term volunteer accommodation. It was lovely bright day and after the meeting I had a short walk down to the river.

Lower Cadworthy Farm
Lower Cadworthy Farm – refurbished and run by lots of green technology – see here

Plym 2The River Plym runs past the house at the bottom of the field

Plym 1Note that the sessile oaks are yet to come into leaf – the green in the trees you can see in the photo is ivy

Plym 3The fringe next to the river shows historic signs of tin streaming

Plym 4And also the remains of a leat used to power a mill

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