The Grow Wild UK legacy in Prestatyn

Over the past three years we have had the privilege of being involved with Kew Gardens via their outreach scheme Grow Wild.

Our involvement with them has led to a much bigger project in 2018.

We hope to be putting a lot of what we have learnt from them and other community groups that we jointly engaged with locally.

Last year was focused much more on fungi and this time lapse is great.

Source: Grow Wild UK Native Fungi Timelapse | Grow Wild

Morfa Gateway 10th February 2018

Fly tipping problems

A visit to site today 19th February to check upon a facebook post about fly-tipping issues on the car park at Coed y Morfa.rubbish bags

Rubbish bags tipped on the car park, Somebody had cleared them up when we got on site the following day, and despite really cold and wet conditions the car parks were crowded with families supporting the junior Saturday morning football.

February wet and cold


Welcome to the Morfa Gateway Project in Prestatyn and details of our 1st meeting of 2018

A really good positive meeting on 8th Febuary 2018 at Artisans Collective a Community Hub at the Old Library Prestatyn with Denbighshire County CouncilDenbighshire Countryside ServiceHGC Dinbych Arfordirol ac Abergele / NWP Denbighshire Coastal and AbergeleHealthy Prestatyn Iach / Healthy Rhuddlan Iach and Groundwork North Wales.

The start of the brush cutting and tree trimming is planned over the next few weeks.

The project website domain and hosting have been purchased and is currently being designed and published. (hey we are here).

Lots of things were discussed and planned with lots of volunteering opportunities available for all ages and abilities to help improve our local environment.

At this stage if you require any further information please call into Prestatyn The Old Library, Art Craft and Heritage Centre or contact us via this page.

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