On the 21st of December we held a fantastic festive activity day at the project with Denbighshire Countryside Service . With lots of participants during the Free Wooden Reindeer workshop.

Start of the new accessible footpath.

We are very happy with progress on the new accessible footpath, which will offer separation between vehicles and pedestrians on the very well used route into town.

Since the start of the project we have been keen to offer an alternative accessible route through to the community allotments and beyond.

Currently foot, cycle and vehicle traffic share the same route. Which at the weekends becomes very busy with citizens engaged with the football activities on the playing fields.

The new pathway an bridge will enable non vehicular traffic to by pass the roadway. Taking the new path will also bring users closer to nature as they walk alongside the granite flower beds and lots of native wildflowers.

After the festive season.

Our first activity of 2019 will be Hedgerow planting. Alongside lots of other community groups on January 10th at Coed Y Morfa Community Woodland more details here.

We have lots of plans for events and activities in 2019 including lots of work linked with the Nature for Health project and more.

We will also be entering The RHS It’s Your Neighbourhood which aims to.
Clean and green specific places in your local area. Whether it’s the street you live in, an existing community garden. Or a disused area that needs a revamp.

We hope to be also included in the Wales in Bloom and Britain in Bloom initiatives as part of Prestatyn in Bloom.

Plus we will be featured in the BBC Britain in Bloom TV series starting in March 2019.

Some of our volunteers have asked about certain activities for next year, we have already started on organising some. As usual will be what citizens request.

Have a great festive season, we hope to see you all soon.

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