Apr 06 2022

A subtle and gentle spring in North Wales

  While spring might be in full swing on our doorsteps, with tulips, daffodils and even clematis adorned fences and pergolas filling our gardens in a welcome array of brilliant and rich colours of the rainbow, the story of spring unravelling out in the wild is...

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Mar 03 2022

Free Trees in Wales!

My tree, Our forest / Fy nghoeden, Ein coedwig   So, what’s been happening in Wales? We’ve been extremely busy developing a joint campaign with the Welsh Government, which has just been given it’s official name of ‘My tree, Our forest’ following evening focus groups. Funded by the Welsh...

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Feb 09 2022

From small acorns…

Garth Dingle and From Woods, near Hay on Wye, is a small woods but important for the local community. It’s a green haven, a great space for reflection and of course the daily dog walk!   This determined and loyal team of volunteers are expertly led by...

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Feb 07 2022

Peaceful Plas Power

      Take a drive, just 3 miles east of Wrexham town centre, heading towards Coedpoeth (Welsh for “hot wood” if your Welsh isn’t up to scratch) and you’ll find the Plas Power estate, known more familiarly to the locals as Nant Mill.   Tucked...

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