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Corwen News May 2022

Roof beams at Corwen

Last month proved to be rather dry, with less than half the expected rainfall for April. Even so, the Dee Valley has fully emerged from its winter slumber with both flora and fauna in good heart.

The hawthorn hedge rows are pushing out their white blossoms and primroses are inhabiting the recently cleared spaces on the railway’s embankments.

Around Llangollen ornamental cherry trees are adding a splash of pink to the local scene, all too fleeting in some cases as the effect is carried off on the breeze.

At Corwen, the work gang has been putting most of its effort into completing the brickwork on the station building, whilst awaiting the “Levelling-up” grant (approximately £160,000 from the Westminster Government) which will go towards providing the station canopy.

Here’s a link to latest edition: CCNL May 2022

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