We have managed to complete all works on Jiggers Bank in only 2 days instead of 3, so the road is now reopened. Through taking a coordinated approach in partnership the following was achieved: two tonne rock shield safely removed, all hedges cut by DJ Gwilts, all drain gulleys jetted, road just below rockface surveyed in detail by engineers contractors, litter picked by Gorge Parish Council, some verges cut by T & W Council to aid site lines, alll rock bolts torque tested, crack monitors measured, main rockface coppiced. Two rockfaces given heavy descale with small to medium looser rocks removed, netting and cabling checked. This means we should only need to do a one day abseil inspection next May under stop go boards. Our thanks to all those above and to local residents. We also had a visit from a large walking group of year 2 from Dawley school who were escorted through the site on their way to IronbridgeThe wonder on their faces at the abseil climbers and their questions ‘how will they get down’ etc was a joy to behold….the next generation of climbers!