Water Wednesday

Wednesday, February 24th 2016

Another frosty start that led to glorious sunshine, making being outdoors a real pleasure, the sky was blue and there was plenty of birdsong. A few of the volunteers went on our monthly Flower walk this morning, as expected at this time of year the list was not extensive, but at last Primroses have made an appearance, albeit in small numbers for the moment, but as they say.. ‘watch this space’!

The dam of the bottom cascading pool that was mended yesterday was checked this morning, all is well and ‘normal service has resumed’. Icicles were even spotted in a shady crevice to the side of the ‘waterfall’. 

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