My Rimrose Story: Bobbie
Let's all help put a stop to Highways England from building a road through Rimrose Valley. Why? I'll tell you why.
I've lived by Rimrose Valley all my life. I've had many adventures along the way, I learned how to ride my bike there, I had fun in the snow. It's a special part of my childhood and I have many memories. I walk my dog along the valley every day and I still always enjoy my adventures.
The valley is home to many types of creatures and wildlife and many of them are becoming endangered. So what makes Rimrose Valley the spectacular place that it is? Well, it's the tall trees blowing about in the wind, the leaves falling delicately to the ground. The many types of flowers, plants and greenery. The peaceful sound of birdsong. That's what makes it a paradise like no other.
I have Autism and I suffer from anxiety but when I visit the valley, it all just goes awayand I forget about my worries, I feel relaxed and I'm able to enjoy the freedom of the valley.
I love animals!! When I visit the Valley, I love going to the canal and feeding the Ducks, Moorhens, Coots, Geese etc. I love meeting other dogs on their walk. In fact, I enjoy everything about it and I don't know what I'd do without Rimrose Valley.
If they go ahead with the road, those animals will lose their homes, their habitats destroyed.It will no longer be filled with happy memories. The future generations won't experience the place it used to be, only told of our memories when it was a place of peace, tranquillity and relaxation.
Us fellow dog owners won't be able to walk our dogs in the place they love most. The families won't be able to bring their children for an adventure, so they can have a childhood to remember.
That's just some of the reasons as to why we need to protect our valley. It holds many memories for the community. It's special and we need to take care of it and treat it with respect.
So please help us save the valley, it would mean a lot.
Bobbie xx (15)