Tuesday, 14 October 2008

Council slams Bristol ‘plagiarism’

Bristol is planning to go ahead with a ‘wild Eden’ project, containing a Tanzanian savannah, Georgian wetlands, and a Costa Rican swamp.

A spokesperson for the London Borough of Waltham Forest said this was ‘obviously stealing an idea we came up with a long time ago.'

Waltham Forest’s ‘wild Eden’ project involves letting walking and cycling routes revert to their original ‘wild’ state.

(Below) The entrance to the public footpath on Heathcote Grove E4 reproduces the impenetrable Amazon rainforest experience for those seeking an adventure holiday in Chingford. Machetes and a compass are essential items for this route.

(Below) The exotic and challenging 'walking route to Tottenham' alongside the A503.

(Below) The fabulous hanging gardens of Leyton (in an alleyway alongside Mayville Primary School)

(Below) The prize-winning Orient Way cycle path gracefully returns to nature. Not recommended for cyclists. Some sections may be unsuitable for those of a nervous disposition.

(Below) The legendary 'lost pavement' of Vallentin Road E17. For those seeking that extra thrill, try to get past the buried pavement before an oncoming car knocks you down.