On a wet and windy morning last Friday members of the Community Council and volunteers arrived to begin the installation of the new butterfly garden.
The Community Council had received all the materials and tools from Keep Wales Tidy whose representative Kathryn Brixton also attended to give advice, for which we were very grateful.
The area chosen in the bowling green was at the Vaughan Avenue end so that it was visible to the outside and protected on the inside.
There were shrubs of dogwood, dog rose, broom,elder and hawthorn which will hopefully grow in the Spring.
The trellis and raised bed was planted with clematis, and honeysuckle and bulbs and plants in the raised bed are snowdrop, bluebell, wood anemone, lavender, field scabious, meadow cranesbill, wild carrot, kidney vetch, rough hawkbit
We also recieved 2 birdfeeders and sacks of birdfeed.
Our thanks go to Cllr Kamila Kulik who was the main organiser,
Cllr Alun Morgan, Cllr Aylwin Jones, Roy Gillespie, Gareth Evans, Christine Twaite, and Cheryl Payne
Some pictures, thanks to Hugh Lewis for the final shot of muddy workers.