Monthly Archives: September 2014

Green roofs and allotment paths in sedum

I would like a green roof on our rebuilt garage, and today I was able to investigate sedum.  An afternoon trip to meet my allotmenting friends was focussed on visiting a home-grown green roof. Sedum has far more variety and … Continue reading

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What is an open space for?

Our Village Hall is 50 years old – the lease for the land was signed in June 1964, and the building was put up using subscriptions of 1 shilling (5p to younger people) a week, collected door to door.  The … Continue reading

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On Garth Common

The Garth was fabulous for the horses last week: sun shining, clear views up the Valleys and across Cardiff, and a gentle breeze.  We rode round to the Pentyrch side and up onto the common. Garth Common, owned by Pentrych … Continue reading

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