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02/03/2014

We discuss the decline in the traditional skill of hedge-laying, as Snowdonia National Park Authority run special courses to make sure the craft does not die out.

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30 minutes

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Mon 3 Mar 2014 05:30

Hedge-Laying; Seed Swap and Desert Celts

New man (and woman) at the top of the NFU as Pembrokeshire farmer Meurig Raymond is elected as the new president of the NFU, with Minette Batters winning the race to become his deputy

The decline in the traditional skill of hedge-laying ....Snowdonia National Park Authority are running special courses to make sure the craft doesn't die out.

Inviting all plant hunters - the secret garden of the Yew Dell at Bodnant opens the garden gate for the first time since it's creation in the 19th Century

Time to swap seeds as Seedy Saturdays/Sundays find increasing popularity around Wales

And "Desert Celts" - the fusion of West African rhythms with Welsh Music as the Hay-on-Wye community choir rise to the challenge.