Fred is gearing up for his personal challenge to hike up two of Wales’ major mountains in two days – quite an undertaking for a 9 year old! He is hoping to conquer Snowdon and Cnicht on the 3rd and 4th August. Through sponsorship, he is raising money for Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust’s ‘Dolforwyn Woods Appeal’. He’s really enjoying the process…
Ferns in the churchyard. Image of the Week #96
Eleven years since we became the owners of these… Image of the Week #95
The apple tree seems to be recovering from its bout of Blossom Wilt, with lots of new green leaves replacing the shriveled brown ones of last month. And look… a single apple! I’ve scoured the tree and I’m pretty sure this is the only apple there. And even more bizarre, a single blossom. At least I have a…
We had a fantastic open day on Suday with lots of sunshine, visitors and live organ music! A huge thank you to all who came. Image of the Week #94
Christ Church will be open Sunday 6th July 10am – 5pm To view the interior, learn some of its history and see how the restoration work is progressing. And come and sample some of our homemade elderflower cordial!
:: bush vetch : lime : creeping cinquefoil : creeping jenny : cat’s ear : hazelnut shells : ribwort : birdsfoot-trefoil : nettle : white clover : red clover : marsh bedstraw : broard-leaved willowherb : herb robert : meadow vetchling : bramble : dock : broken snail shells :: nature table in January : February : March :…
A stray lavender cutting has made its home in a crack in the door step, and somehow is thriving! Image of the Week #93
We will be at Welshpool’s History Fair, this Saturday 28th June, in the Corn Exchange from 10am. There will be lots of stands representing local history groups and organisations. We hope to see you there!
The grass in the churchyard has had its early summer cut. James who cuts the grass has been very considerate and left clumps of wildflowers to grow and set seed. Image of the Week #92