Monthly Archives: February 2014

Storm damage – one beech down

“It’s just weather” is what Graham from Park Farm often says. But walking up the Roundhill on Friday evening felt apocalyptic, with rain driven in by a gale from the south west. One medium sized beech tree is down in … Continue reading

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Picnic last summer Aug 2013

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Propitious date and time: Tuesday 15 April 2014 at 20:32

Here’s a heads-up for photographers who love Kelston Roundhill. Matt Prosser writes in to say on Tuesday 15 April 2014 the full moon will rise East-South-East at 20:34, some 30 minutes after sunset.  If the sky is clear it should … Continue reading

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Preparation for restoring and new planting on the clump

In preparation for new planting in the iconic clump we’ve erected a temporary deer fence to protect the new trees. It will be supported by a park railing for longer-term protection. The trees (up to 250 of them) are being … Continue reading

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