Last year we were gifted daffodil bulbs that were planted in various locations around our community.  Here are some planted in Parkmill, with our new Parkmill sign in the background.

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As Ilston Community residents and representatives we share a common concern in respect of the traffic passing through our community.  We are impacted by both the year-round volume of traffic and the behaviour of some road users. A working group was established last year within Ilston Community Council with the specific objective of identifying measures to … Continue reading "Traffic"

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The Ramblers – pledge your support for our paths

From the Ramblers organisation……  “Walking and connecting with nature is essential for our health and wellbeing, but for too long there has been a lack of investment in the national asset that is our Public Rights of Way network…. We are calling on the Welsh Government to improve access to our path network”. For further … Continue reading "The Ramblers – pledge your support for our paths"

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Update 27th Oct – Japanese Knotweed Treatment in Parkmill/Ilston

Ursula Jones, Communities and Nature Project Officer for Gower AONB has let us know that the current round of treatment of the Japanese knotweed in Parkmill / Ilston Valley is complete. This should result in reduced regrowth next spring.  The contractors expect to be back in winter to cut the dead canes down in one of … Continue reading "Update 27th Oct – Japanese Knotweed Treatment in Parkmill/Ilston"

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