March Walk Programme

   MARCH WALKS   THURSDAY 2ND MARCH – Barry. A circular walk based around Barry approx. 5 miles.    Bert     SATURDAY 4TH MARCH – Margam Deer Park and woodland. Around 7½ miles.Ian (165/166)     SATURDAY 11TH MARCH – Llandenny near Raglan. A 7½ mile walk.   Mike (152)     SATURDAY 18TH MARCH – Linear walk between Aberdare and Abercynon. Around 7½ […]

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Uskmouth Nature Reserve

  Uskmouth Nature Reserve We parked at the RSPB nature reserve, which is in the Gwent levels near Nash, on a very cold but sunny morning. There was still ice on the ground as we set off at 10a.m. We went east across fields and then northeast towards Nash passing close to power lines. Walking around Nash and then across […]

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Aberthaw, Fontygary and Rhoose

  Aberthaw, Fontygary and Rhoose We started at the Blue Anchor car park, Aberthaw, on a morning heavy with mist, turning to fog in places. We headed back up the road taking the first left and then turning towards the sea. The Aberthaw power station was on our right and lakes to our left, there was no visible flora in […]

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Lichens are fungi

  They are all around you as soon as you step out of the house – on your roof, on the pavement, on the trees, the walls and the fences. Yet most of us do not notice them. They grow where little else can, slowly but steadily. They come in all sorts of shapes and sizes – flat and round, […]

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Charity Marathon

                     BATH HALF MARATHON   My name is Joe Page and you may know me as I was brought up in the village. You may also know my step father Andy, as he also lives in the village and can be regularly seen walking with my mum Cath and "Humphrey" the […]

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St Lythan’s Pump

    The team met last month to discuss possible future projects and I have been approached to consider looking at the pump near St Lythans Church which is in need of attention. I’ve been up to have a look and indeed the area is sadly neglected and overgrown. I remember being involved in a clean up, but that was […]

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Yet More Musings

PLAY HARD, WORK HARD Cinema – An Appreciation Films are a form of escape – whether you have nothing to escape or everything, it’s a way for us all to stop thinking about our problems and become engrossed in a story. The cinema is a way for film makers to express themselves or make a statement – I suppose I […]

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About the Community Council

    The readers of Wenvoe What’s On are happy to be living in a village that is well situated between the metropolis of Cardiff and the tranquillity of the Vale of Glamorgan and it’s lush countryside. Wenvoe is a quiet village with a fine reputation, and its people live in harmony with one another. This well-ordered way of life […]

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