March churchyard news

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March is a fabulous month. Everything starts to come to life again.

We have been busy putting a low log edging to the wild flower area near the church hall. The willow weave edging tends to disintegrate after 2-3 years. We hope it will start to blend in over the year.
We have been pruning the roses, buddleias and cornus and then mulching with our compost.
Some of the ‘Chirk Wednesday Walkers’ came to help plant a holly hedge near the compost area. Thank you.
The Sunday school children have made bird feeders and put them in the churchyard trees. The St Mary’s Toddler group have planted a beautiful display of daffodils in their planter outside the kitchen.
Flowers to look out for at present: Tenby daffodils, primroses, cowslips, snakes-head fritillary, Yellow dogs-tooth lilies and the magnificent magnolia tree and shrub.
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