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Author Archives: Michelle
We will not be holding a volunteer workday in December. Please look out for 2020 dates, coming soon!
Join me for an informal walk around Penboyr Churchyard on Sunday 27th October to look at the amazing waxcaps, coral fungi, spindles, earth tongues and caterpillar clubs. No guarantees about what we’ll find (or that I’ll be able to name … Continue reading
On November 2nd, All Year Round will be supporting the Felin Dân-Lantern Parade in Drefach Felindre The event is organized by The National Woollen Museum to commemorate 100 years since the fire in Cambrian Mills. Meet outside Penboyr school at … Continue reading
Our next Volunteer Workday will be on Saturday 2nd November. All are welcome to our volunteer workdays. The day runs from about 10am – 4pm, with a good mix of work, chat, fun and food! Please bring a dish to … Continue reading
…and here she is, spinning away in the sunshine! Left is the team who assembled for our wind turbine building workshop. Over 5 days, Jonathan Schreiber (center) led us through the process of building a Hugh Piggott designed 3F wind … Continue reading
Here are some of the lovely grassland fungi I have found in the last few weeks. If you want to know more about these gems of Autumn, Plantlife have produced this useful guide to Waxcap and allied fungi.
Once again, we will shortly have grass-fed meat available to sell from our flock of Shetland Sheep and our micro herd of Shetland Cattle. We will have a small amount of goat available too. We also have some lovely yarn … Continue reading
Due to unforeseen circumstances we need to change the date of the Roofing the Roundhouse Volunteer Weekend We will now be meeting Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd September. I have updated details in the post below. As an added bonus, … Continue reading
To celebrate the turning of the year, All Year Round are holding a Bring and Share Harvest Supper from 5pm on Sunday 22nd September We’ll be lighting the campfire, laying out the feasting tables and making a labyrinth in the … Continue reading