Autumnal Meadow Group Meeting Reminder

           Just a brief post to remind everyone about the upcoming Meadow Group meeting this coming Saturday. Do come if you can.  

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                                    Saturday 24th October 2015, 10:30-13:00.

                                                     Pontargothi Hall


There will be an autumn meeting of the Carmarthenshire Meadows Group at Pontargothi Hall, Pontargothi (on the A40 between Llandeilo and Carmarthen). It will start at 10:30 and finish around 13:30.

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We are very lucky that Stephanie Tyler who started the Monmouthshire Meadows Group can come and speak to us about their group and hopefully provide us all with plenty of ideas and inspiration. In addition Charles Morgan (RSPB, formerly from PONT the Welsh grazing animals project) will talk about managing grasslands with grazing animals and Bruce Langridge will talk about waxcaps – it will be the perfect time of year for you to search for these fascinating fungi on your meadows.sdim5339-2


Isabel needs to know numbers, so contact her to let her know if you are coming and please tell anyone you think would be interested about this meeting.

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Isabel would also like to have a display of photos of our meadows so please send any suitable images to her before hand. Also if you have any other ideas for the meeting then again, do please email her!

Isabel Macho
Swyddog Bioamrywiaeth – Cyngor Sir Gar
Biodiversity Officer – Carmarthenshire County Council
Cadwraeth a Chefn Gwlad/Conservation Section
Adran Yr Amgylchedd/Environment Department

Swyddfa’r Cynghor/ Civic Offices,Heol Cilgant/Crescent Road

Llandeilo SA19 6HW

Ffon/Tel: (01558) 825390
Ffon Symudol/Mobile 07919592766SDIM4400 (2) Just when you thought there was little colour in the meadow, all these fungi can appear, and then disappear in the space of just a few days, given the right conditions. I’m hoping Bruce might be able to put some names to some of the above, which I’ve spotted earlier this year in our fields.SDIM4332 (2)


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About thegardenimpressionists - Julian and Fiona Wormald

Julian and Fiona Wormald met and married whilst at Cambridge University. Shortly after qualifying we established our own veterinary practice in Bristol which we ran for over 20 years before relocating to West Wales. We have restored our derelict longhouse home and created a garden over the last 27 years, which we now occasionally open for charity, by appointment, for the N.G.S. About 11 years ago we started "The Garden Impressionists" to reflect our current ideas. Our principal gardening influences over the years have included the gardens and writings of Claude Monet, Beth Chatto, Joy Larkom and William Robinson. Incorporating some of their ideas and philosophy into our own garden, alongside our own ideas of what is important for this location and climate, has kept us physically and mentally challenged as the garden has developed.

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