Click Here to catch up with a few photos of how our green looks now. Remember how the dry summer caused some bare patches? Well, thanks to Bobby and our team of volunteers, and the worms, now it is all lush, green grass again. The new cladding (courtesy MKM) looks smart too.
This is what it looks like after a large number of conifers have been felled and removed for their softwood (Tan-y-Bwlch, Gwynedd). Non-native species still account for around one-half of the woodland area in Wales. However, Woodland (all types of trees) area has increased in the UK and is now 13.3%.
Source: Forestry Facts & Figures 2022 – A summary of statistics about woodland and forestry in the UK (Link opens in a New Tab)
Playing the goat or just looking sheepish? You decide.
Perhaps the answer that scientists have been looking for is our David L. There isn’t anything he can’t do with a mower and a bowling green.
Doreen does her Dalek impression for Gay whilst Maureen whistles in the hope that she doesn’t have to emulate a Doctor Who villain too.
Ian has provided updates for us all on the following topics. Just click on the links below to go to another page for more detail:-
- Vale of Clwyd League 2023 (Thursday evenings);
- Ladies League (Wednesday afternoons);
- Clwydian Senior Citizens League (Tuesday afternoons);
- Colwyn & Llandudno League (Wednesday evenings);
- North Wales Coast League (Saturday afternoons).
Bill, Gwyn and Ian, in the Summer of 2022, share an anecdote from last night’s hostelry visit.
Gary: “Eddie, can you believe that the police came round last night and told me that my dogs were chasing children on bikes? It was ludicrous. My dogs don’t even have bikes! And then, to cap it all, a huge stack of toilet rolls fell on me in the supermarket. Thankfully I only have a bit of soft tissue damage.”
“Lassie, why did that old man fall in the well?”
“Woof woof, because he couldn’t see that well, woof woof“.