Harp Recital Helps Build Elevated Bird Hide at Parc Slip

Harp concert Liz Gordan (Mad Apple Designs)

Harp concert Liz Gordan (Mad Apple Designs)

On Friday 28th February, we were privileged to be joined at Parc Slip by local music teachers Angharad Edwards and Thomas Morgan and their students for an evening of music in aid of the Wildlife Trust.

Attendees were treated to a wonderful array of harp and piano music, from Bach and Purcell to Saint-Saens  and Ravel, from the very talented students, Angharad and Thomas.

The concert was very generously held in aid of the Wildlife Trust and from ticket sales and a raffle, Angharad and her students raised over £250 for the Wildlife Trust!

The money will be put towards the building of a new elevated bird hide overlooking a new series of wetland scrapes that have recently been built at Parc Slip Nature Reserve, Tondu.

Artist's impression of new scrapes at Parc Slip

Artist’s impression of new scrapes at Parc Slip

Huge thank you to Angharad, Thomas and their students for helping us with our conservation work for wildlife. You can contact Angharad, who is available for lessons, on email.

Would you like to donate towards the building of the new elevated bird observatory? You can read more about the project and find out how you can donate here . If you have a fundraising idea, don’t hesitate to get in touch!