Can somone explain exactly where it is from the motorway, I drove through the Almondsbury interchange just now but I didn't see anything, think I must be looking in the wrong place?
Its north of the M4 and west of the M5 , so if you were driving from wales it is on your left as you hit the junction with the M5.
I guess the best way to view from the motorway would be as a passenger travelling from wales and heading north up the M5.
As a driver you will be pushed to see much.
If a player balances the ball on his head and can walk up the pitch as such ,eventually crossing into the goal and scoring. Is there anyway an opposition player can gain the possession of the ball without committing a foul ?????
I'm going to eat a diet of bones and see what happens - Will post the results.
Are the results out yet?
We can also gauge consistency with the Bristol Stool chart. I love to get my teeth into a project. Apparently, it's bile that gives poo it's diSTINKtive colour. So lack of bile for the elusive albino log.
Just can't place where it's located ,is it near Thornbury?
Drive through Almondsbury on A38 towards Thornbury. One mile north of Almondsbury after passing over M4 bridge take the first turning right - training ground half mile down the lane (past housing on right) on the right hand side.
...north west corner. If you look at the site plan posted on the first page of this thread you can see the M5 at the bottom right hand side of the page forming the eastern boundary to the Colony Farm site. Wales is off to the left. 😊
I can report that after extensive hard work by the JCB and Navi's, we have a completed fence on the property
Big thank you to my resident Spy who keeps me informed of every movement on site.... Balders will you stop that dogging please...
Tell your spy that by the time he told us the missiles had launched, they would have landed. Or he would do if he was still around to tell the tale.
The fence was completed last weekend. I went up there on Monday morning and other jobs were being dealt with. It seems strange that only one half of the boundary has been fenced. I know that's because the other half is secure, but for the sake of aesthetics it would look better, but then there is the cost of course.
Last Edit: Mar 16, 2017 18:11:32 GMT by gasincider