THE Watercress Way is staging its fourth Dawn to Dusk Day, on April 28, to highlight its work.

The charity aims to reopen walking routes in the area between Kings Worthy, Sutton Scotney and Alresford.

The first of three interpretation boards for the Watercress Way installed recently will officially be unveiled, and a ribbon snipped, by Robert Hall , senior BBC news correspondent, between 2-2.30pm.

There is parking at Couch Green recreation ground at Martyr Worthy and then visitors can walk up slope onto old Watercress Line track bed to interpretation board overlooking the green.

Mr Hall lives locally and often walks parts of the trail. The charity is hoping the board’s artist Emma Lowres and Hampshire County Council designers will be there too.

The Chronicle recently reported on the successful unblocking of the former railway bridge at Sutton Scotney.