Pretty Little Flower or Menacing Alien?

  A pretty little flower or menacing alien invader? This flower was in bloom during April and May and a number of people have commented on it. Commonly mistaken for a white Bluebell this is actually the Three Cornered Leek or Three Cornered Garlic. It grows all round the parish, often in private gardens but also alongside the A48 at […]

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June Activities

  We are all enjoying this glorious weather here in school. It is always so lovely when the children are able to play on the field in their break times. We really are very fortunate to have such beautiful school grounds and surroundings. We have been operating a scheme known as 'Family Dining'; this is when parents join their children […]

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MAX BOYCE ONLY KNEW HALF THE STORY..

MAX BOYCE ONLY KNEW HALF THE STORY.. BBC Wales has recently started showing a series of programmes about Wales in the 1990’s and I wondered whether it might be of interest to relate some of my own experiences of working in Human Resources (H.R) during that period? You might remember the Wales Development Agency and how it set out to […]

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June Letters to the Editor

  As regular dancers at Wenvoe Village Hall we (and the other dancers) were delighted to see how great the new floor is. Congratulations to the Village Hall Committee for doing such a good job. It looks fabulous and is a pleasure to dance on – well done! Judy and Bruce McDonald   I must extend my grateful thanks to […]

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July Walks Programme

    JULY WALKS Saturday 1st July:- Circumnavigation of Partishow Hill, 7½ mile walk. Ian (OL13)  Thursday 6th July:- Circular walk based around Castell Coch, approx. 5 miles. Bert (151)  Saturday 8th July:- Afan Argoed A 7½ mile walk. V’Iain (166)  Saturday 15th July:- Goodrich. 8 miles. Ian. (OL14)  Saturday 22nd July:- The Skirrid and eastward. […]

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