Friday 20th September at 7.00
St Mary’s Church, Kington
On Friday 20th September, in association with The Friends of St Mary’s Church Kington,The Friends of St.Thomas a Becket Church Huntington and Kington Walks, the Llandovery Male Choir will perform their wide and varied repertoire in St Mary’s Church, Kington at 7.00 pm. The Choir of 40 voices, conducted by Mrs Lynn Jones MBE, will be performing in English and Welsh. Refreshments will be served after the concert.
Tickets are £10.00 and are available from the Tourist Office, Kington and the Kington Walks website, www.kingtonwalks.org
Friday 11th October at 7.30
Huntington Village Hall
Kate’s talk will explain the broad range of work undertaken by the Wye & Usk Foundation and describe how the Foundation seeks to address specific pressures including:
Access to spawning grounds for migratory fish
Habitat conditions in the Wye including gravel supplies for fish spawning, bankside protection and eradication of non-native invasive species
Water quality including the impact of pesticides on drinking water supplies & phosphate levels causing eutrophication in the river.
Water quantity, both high and low flows and the implication for residents of the river and the county. More…
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