We have produced a lively Action List for the first quarter of 2019.
There are a good number of practical projects and ideas, and we also need more active volunteers. A Green Flag Award is also being applied for and the park will be inspected in the coming months. The list is live and we will update it as we begin to tick things off.
This is to wish everyone all the very best this year.
This is much to do in the New Year at Nant Llwynog. A very Happy New Year to all park goers!
Have a merry little Christmas – it’s been a long year in the park but a lot done.
Merry Christmas 2018!
We have some more amazing avian visitors in the park. There’s a group of 10 goosanders and a few cormorants on the Angling Pond, and they are not shy of humans. Their Welsh name is Hwyaden ddanheddog. They are striking ducks from the north, with long red sawbills, and can also be called mergansers. The park is now a staging post for passing migrants and has become a sanctuary.
Monday 3 December Bedlinog Inn
Please come along to our open forum event on Monday 3rd December at 7pm at the Bedlinog Inn. It will be an open meeting to discuss issues relating to the park. We also have a speaker from Keep Wales Tidy. Details are on the poster. All are welcome and refreshments will be available.
Clearing the old plastic tree guards and fencing was always going to be a big job. A small working party did it in a few hours. Bringing them down from the top end of the park took time. Thanks to Jake especially for hiring the skip and filling it properly. Others, Heather, Jim, Rob and Stephen can all take pride in a job well done and park green vistas transformed.
Flocks of Siskin in the park this week. They swoop down in large numbers, coming in from Russia and Norway. Siskins have sharp beaks and a distinctive forked tail. Plenty of food for them in the park just now and they love visiting gardens too. Look out for these cheery green and yellow finches.