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    One finished wall

    A small part of the partition wall between House and Nave is finished… and has lights too!   It has been a complicated wall to build (and plaster!) as it fills the large archway. Looking through the windows you can see into the Master Bedroom (formerly the Gallery), but as the room is at least double height.   In keeping…

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      Fellow residents of Christ Church ~ a Great Tit family in the stonework on the west end, where the nave roof joins the buttress. We have discovered two other active birds nests this week, Blue Tits in the stonework at the front of the church and Blackbirds in a bush next to the church.  Image of the Week #140

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    It was a pleasure to welcome Llandrinio Mothers Union to the church today. They loved the building and our work, as can be seen by the lovely comments they left in the visitors book.

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    May in pictures

    :: a busy month for visitors to the church : we’d hoped our missing cat had returned, only to discover we’d mistaken his identity – oops! : designing our new website :: :: weeding the allotment : Karl securing a British land speed record : vegetable seed sowing :: :: fixing leaky downpipes : the outside of the wall in…

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    A pop of colour from the Rhododrendron in front of the church and gravestone. Image of the Week #139

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    The Window View in May

      The evening light on the copper beech and the oak tree enhance May’s Window View. The ash tree has flowered and is now in full leaf, therefore blocking out a lot of sky. January, February, March and April’s ‘Window View’ here

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    The oak tree in May

      The fresh green of the new oak leaves stand out even on a cloudy day. It is not just the leaves however that have emerged this month…    Thousands of oak flowers hang amongst the unfurling leaves.      The holly that is growing in the base of the tree is also producing it’s flowers.   As well as…