Corwen News Letter March 2017

The brooding wooded slope of Pen-y-Pygin dominates the winter scene on the south side of the Corwen Central site, shielding it for the best of the day from sunlight. It is encouraging to see the days start to lengthen and the site benefiting from better lighting! Temperatures have fluctuated quite sharply from the minus 6 recorded in the last edition of CCNL to plus 13 during the last few days. New growth has been spotted bringing a little colour back to the locality to include abundant snowdrops and thoughtfully planted crocuses!
However, whatever the Dee Valley has had to offer, the Project Team has been out and about laying more Easi Blocs, monitoring the progress of the borehole and offering a cheer at the opening of Welsh Water’s new road into the Waste Treatment Plant.

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