It may seem a little "sad" to get excited about the fact that the Council have installed an additional litter bin at Heol Esgyn Bridge, but for those who live or walk here it means, hopefully, that there will be less rubbish lying around in this area. This summer, the number of bags of dog poo left abandoned beside the bin when it was full has been appalling.
Thanks go to those who have put pressure on the Council and to the Council itself for listening to us and responding at last.
Sunday, 30 September 2018
The attached video has been produced by a couple called Dino and Beth, who specialise in describing walks which are popular with dog walkers. You may agree that it is an interesting description of our area!
Sunday, 23 September 2018
Well it began as a wet day, after a very wet week. However Kevin our Ranger had managed to cut the grass as best he could.
A select group of us raked and rolled the hay into the bushes. The Welsh Cakes and cider were enjoyed as usual.
We really would appreciate some more volunteers on our monthly work days, so please try to come along if you can. If you are a student looking for community hours for the Welsh Baccalaureate, or if you are doing the Duke of Edinburgh awards.we can help with that!
Next Workday is Sunday 28 October.
Friday, 14 September 2018
It has come to our notice that a large number of cyclists were using the narrow back path through Nant Fawr woods and the new temporary path through the meadows on Sunday 9 September.
We cannot prevent this happening, but we can ask walkers to be extremely careful.
Please feel free to report any incidents to us on email@example.com