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Y Gelli Uchaf – art, science and creativity in Mid-Wales

Julian and Fiona Wormald have been making a garden in Mid-Wales for nearly three decades. They are passionate about maximising the garden’s biodiversity, and that of a neighbouring meadow. Both very creative people, artistically and technically, this beautifully crafted recording tells the story of a very inspiring place. With thanks to Claire Takacs for some images. The Wormalds have a blog: https://thegardenimpressionists.com

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