Autumn Tasks

  On a lovely autumn morning we did some work on the village green, shortening back the roses and trimming along the shrub border. Before the end of October the boxes and tubs will have been cleared of the remnants of summer bedding, ready to plant the bulbs. One meeting is planned for November, on the 13th at the usual […]

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September Activities

    Work in September included dead heading the roses at the community centre and on the village green and making a start on clearing overgrown shrubs on the latter. This will be finished this month. As I write this piece there is still plenty of colour in the remains of the summer bedding. Tulip and daffodil bulbs have been […]

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July Activities

    During July we had two meetings where the rose bed at the Community Centre was cleared and work commenced on clearing the weeds out of the Village Green rose bed. A second visit in the month was made to the pump at St. Lythans. In spite of a good clearing out of brambles, weeds and debris on our […]

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Meeting Schedule February

  The group had a brief meeting in January in which the village Christmas tree was taken down and cut up for disposal. It was a larger tree this year and I’m sure you’ll agree that it was a focal point in the village. Our next meeting will be on the 6th February as usual at the Community Centre at […]

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Window boxes etc.

Not a lot happening at this time of year but the team have done some work on the rose beds on the village green. At the time of writing, the window boxes at the Community Centre are still in full bloom but a spell of bad weather will soon put paid to that. Then they will be cleaned out and […]

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Grange Park

Play Area in Grange Park

Grange Park,   (not to be confused with The  Grange, the new development on the Port Road) has been a play area for many years and has recently been upgraded  and a new swing added.  There is also the new Wild Flower Garden which was prepared and planted by The Wenvoe Wildlife Group and members of the Wenvoe Environment Group which has […]

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