When you join the Offa’s Dyke Association a part of your membership fee is used to help pay for practical works along the line of the monument and National Trail. The main thrust of our work is conservation and we financially support projects that bring long term conservation benefits to the Dyke but we will also fund works that help walkers and other visitors to access and understand it.
Until now the section of Offa’s Dyke at Pinner’s Hole in Knighton, only two minutes’ walk from the Offa’s Dyke Centre, was missed by most visitors. However, a new signpost paid for by the ODA today points the way to the section of Dyke where in July 1971 Lord John Hunt formally opened the Trail.
More members will enable us to fund more good works such as this. Please consider joining the ODA (membership from £11 per year) or if you are already a member, then thank you and please forward this link to anyone who you think might be interested.