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Latest Newsletter: Newsletter 21 (Apr 2018). You can also save your copy to disk or print it. Paper copies also available free in the Town Library, but using electronic format saves paper.
GAG News Bulletin 11 (Dec 2017)
Aberystwyth and Llanbadarn Fawr Tree Trail:
This has been published.
Paper copies are available from the Tourist Information Centre and the Town Library. The leaflet can also be printed from this link, but will be smaller, unless your printer can use A3 paper. Don't worry if Adobe reader shows part of the text upside down: just print it out.
A Botanical Society walk along this route is proposed for next summer.
Aberystwyth University Campus
An advisory committee has been formed with the Welsh Historic Gardens Trust well represented to protect and promote the status of the Grade II listed campus. This committee will oversee changes that may be planned for the campus grounds.
CADW published a guidance paper last May entitled “Managing change in registered Parks and Gardens in Wales”
The Woodland Trust is running a Street Trees project. This is geared to community events such as street parties that would promote street trees. ”Street Trees Celebration Starter Kits” are available from the Woodland Trust. These include many activities for the involvement of children.
There will be an official opening of the new Skatepark on December 14th.
Trees have been planted within the Skatepark area . More new trees, Turkish Hazels, have been planted along the Boulevard boundary so continuing the Coed Aber avenue towards the centre of town.
Previous Newsletter: Newsletter 20 (Oct 2017). You can also save your copy to disk or print it. Paper copies also available free in the Town Library, but using electronic format saves paper.
Earlier Newsletters: see web page More Information
Wildlife Gardening Forum The Wildlife Gardening Forum works to help more people appreciate how important gardens are for wildlife. Hopefully, this will help people manage their gardens better for wildlife, alongside their other gardening aims. Visit www.wlgf.org for lots of information, including how to receive their newsletter by email.