Monthly Archives: October 2012

New time on Thursday

If anyone is planning on joining me on Thursday I will be setting off at 10am NOT as originally posted 11am. Please let me know if you are planning to come.   Advertisements

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1st Novmember

I have about 40 or 50 wool ‘sausages to put in place so if you would like to join us, I am taking a leisurely walk up onto Pen Trumau, starting at 11am at Blaenau Fry.  I imagine, weather permitting … Continue reading

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Beautiful photos

Here is the link to Ken Lomax’s stunning photos taken on Sunday 21st while we were ‘drawing’ vegetation across the peat scar and adding a short line of wool carried up on the hill by Colin Brown and the lovely … Continue reading

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Blessed

Today is raining, but yesterday was fine, how blessed we were! Despite the cold wind 21 people helped plant 300 hundred  cotton grass plugs grown by Anne Small from seed collected in 2011. They also managed to plant several hundred … Continue reading

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Smiling weather forecast

I have been out today putting up signs and moving wool around, a stunning day (also interspersed with collecting apples and juicing them, very satisfying). Tomorrow looks like being another beautiful day but please do remember if you are coming … Continue reading

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How we got the wool up onto the hill

Here are some beautiful images from the  September installation taken by Huw Price, volunteer co-ordinator and community development officer at the Brecon Beacons National Park.

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21st October, lines and colour

Come and join us to install a new line of wool and of plants and help colour a section of the hill with some seed brash. Meeting at Blaenau Fry at 11am we will aim to be back by 3pm … Continue reading

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