There have been quite a few blog posts showing the view of the outside of the pavilion in its various stages of completeness. So now a view looking out from the Pavilion, showing some of the lovely timber work, the Church to the left and the sun drenched picnic tables.

The one advantage of Storm Arwen is that the destruction has served to open up the Pavilion area. Last year, you could not see the Church and the sun rarely illuminated the old Visitor Centre, which was destroyed by Arwen. The eagle eyed observers will have spotted that large, potted trees now outside the Pavilion. These are a little extra decoration in preparation for its official opening on Friday.

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