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Viewing platform plans for Bradda Head footpath

Rotary Club of Rushen and Western Mann submit proposals

Plans are in for a raised viewing platform to be built along the Bradda Head footpath in Port Erin.

The Rotary Club of Rushen and Western Mann is behind the proposals, which would incorporate picnic benches and the planting of wildflowers.

In the plans it says the platform would improve access to Bradda Glen, would be wheelchair accessible, and would enable people to take in the 'stunning views' of Port Erin Bay.

It adds that the main purpose of the proposals is to make the 'iconic part of the Island accessible to everyone.'

The organisation hopes to have the project completed in time for its 50th anniversary in 2023.

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