A Lot More Blossom About

By the time you read this there should be a lot more blossom about. In mid February we can see the first white splashes in the hedgerows of Blackthorn, from which you get your sloes, and early flowering cherries are popular in gardens. At the entrance to Clos Llanfair is a quite uncommon Purple-leaved Plum or Black Cherry Plum, one […]

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Kenfig Walk

Kenfig became a National Nature Reserve in 1989 and an SSSI in 1950s. Inland from the beach is a complex landscape of dunes and wetlands covering about 1300 acres. It is home to many rare species of plants, insects, birds and animals. Kenfig is one of the wettest dune systems in the UK as the sand sits on clay. As […]

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Thanks ‘The Works’ Of Wenvoe

We would like to thank ‘The Works’ of Wenvoe for their kind donation to our Christmas Raffle. The Works have supported many raffles at the Play-group and we would like to show our appreciation for their continued support by sharing our thanks in the What’s On. Many local businesses support Wenvoe Playgroup CIO and we would like to thank everyone […]

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Enjoy A Sociable Chat And Stroll

Caring relatives provide an extremely valuable service and the responsibility of care giving often falls on one person’s shoulders. The strain that carers are under and their invaluable contribution to care is often not acknowledged. Most carers cope with little or no support and caring can become a socially isolating experience. If you are a carer and would like some […]

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Spring/Summer Programme

Our Spring/Summer programme began with a social evening when everyone was able to have a chat and enjoy a quiz. This was followed by a trip to the Millenium Centre to see “The King and I” which every-one enjoyed. Our first talk was given By Peter Cox and was entitled “My Life as a Spy”. Peter had been employed for […]

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From Cosmeston to Penarth

  The Thursday Wenvoe Walkers’ Group undertook a walk on New Year’s Day from Cosmeston to Penarth and return. The walk is usually held monthly on a Thursday afternoon and generally covers some 5 miles with a cut-off for those people requiring a shorter route. On this occasion the weather did not deter any-one and 23 people turned up.  

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RHS Top Tips For This Month

RHS top tips for this month. Divide perennials. Prune bush and climbing roses. Top dress containers with new compost. 4 Start feeding the fish and switch on the pumps. Mow the lawns on dry days. Environment team top five for March Be careful of late frosts. Try to resist buying overpriced small plants at garden centres. Get early potatoes in. […]

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February Meeting Report

Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinators met on February 19 2020 and items from the discussions included: Poor health had forced Trevor Case to resign from the Watch after many years as a Co-ordinator and Vice Chairman. Building in the St Lythams Park estate is now almost complete but there are only 2 Co-ordinators. More are needed. If you live in St Lytham’s […]

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