December 2014 ....

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MANAGEMENT PLAN TAKING SHAPE ...

In November we reported that the Eastfield Park Management Committee is writing a Park Management Plan and that this will be produced over the winter months. The Friends of Eastfield Park are responsible for part of the plan including a detailed description of the Park. During December, Vic Smith, Chair of the FoEP has been producing maps and diagrams to accompany the description. Some of these are reproduced here.

Fig 7 1925 + outline
Fig 13 Park Features

Map of Park showing its Main Features. Note that the trees are not meant to represent actual individual trees (that may come later) but simply indicate the wooded parts of the Park with some idea of their different characters.

Fig 4 geology bitmap

Present park outline superimposed on 1925 map of the area showing Weston Favell House and other features of the Manfield Estate

A. Limestone.

B. Mudstone.
C. Interbedded Limestone & Mudstone.
D. Interbedded Sandstone & Siltstone.
E. Ooidal Ironstone

Fig 12 Park Areas

Map of Park showing its Main Landscape Areas 1 - 12.

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WHAT WOULD YOU CALL THEM?
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Present park outline (in green) superimposed on geological map of the area. Note that the limestone supports a major aquifer but that the mudstone has a low permeability to water.

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