Pentir Respect

Visit to Y Plot

Parchu Pentir Community group visited to Y Plot on Thursday 6th July. Firstly a huge thank you to Coryn Bye, who runs Y Plot, for making us very welcome and for giving us so much of her time as well as the delicious refreshments, especially the ginger cookies. Y Plot is a community garden project …

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Tŷ’n Llan Venture

Nine members from both the Action Group and the Community Group met with some of the committee of Menter Tŷ’n Llan to hear and see how they are getting along. They opened the community run pub in December 2021 and have gone from strength to strength ever since. Carys, Caryl and Bethany explained how the …

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Litter Picking

Parchu Pentir Respect group members regularly get together to litter pick around the roads of Pentir and Rhyd y Groes. Gwynedd Council has recently donated some new equipment which was road tested this weekend. Many thanks to Tomos for arranging this and Norman from the council for dropping off the supplies!

Growing for Change

A group of nine of us paid Growing for Change a second visit on 18th July. We met Paul and Sarah who showed us around their jam packed Poly tunnels, Caterpillar tunnels and lush outside areas. The polytunnels were full of Tomatoes in a variety of shapes, colours and sizes with Basil, Green Beans and …

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Fun Run 2023

Pentir Fun Run race times A big thank you to everyone who raced and volunteered at the Pentir Fun Run 2023. Here is the link to everyone’s race results. We are sharing the link to the photographs of the Pentir Fun on 12th July. These were taken by Thomas Owen of Thomasowensports. Reproduced by kind …

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Nature Walk, Pentir

Six of us met up with our walking boots and waterproofs on. We set off down Lon Fudur, through the woods, over the fields and along the footpaths bordered by lush hedgerows. It was reasonably dry underfoot but intermittently drizzly. We heard a variety of birds including Chaffinches, Chiffchaffs, Blackcaps, Robins, Wrens and Song Thrushes. …

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Wildflower Meadow

The picture show Sarah Collick of the Social Farms and Gardens Team of Gwynedd Council putting in plug plants in an area previously sown with wildflower seeds. The plug plants are mainly yellow rattle but also evening primrose, vetch, trefoil, cranesbill and ox-eye daisy. They were watered in and the next day it rained so …

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