The renovation of the Cadolan Valley, between Guingamp and Ploumagoar (behind the station), is almost completed. The site will open to the public at the end of 2021.
The natural area is 3.2 hectares, its length is about 800, and it will be devoted to recreation, walking and relaxation. All on the banks of the Kergré, a small river that has restored the open air.
Some adjustments still need to be made, and the sand of the paths remains, which will be reserved for pedestrians and cyclists.
About thirty new trees
The rehabilitation work of this urban valley, at the foot of the Castorz district, began in June 2020. It is led by Guingamp Paimpol Agglomeration (GPA).
Vast areas of grass were planned, and about thirty new trees were planted.
It is now up to the municipalities of Guingamp and Ploumagoar to make the arrangements (benches, tables, stadium, etc).
Meanwhile, here are pictures of what the valley looks like today…
Investment of 839,000 euros
As a reminder, the project has a value of 839,000 euros (309,000 euros for the sewage network and 530,000 euros for the development of the valley and stream), fully supported by GPA with a support funder for the Brittany region and the Côtes-d’ Armor Department.