Windfarm wars: are they a majestic man-made wonder – or a blight on the countryside?

The village of Redwick lies on the outskirts of Newport, a small, pretty run of houses whose position on the Caldicot and Wentloog Levels serves as a reminder of the force of both humans and environment: on the horizon lies the city’s docks, while a scratchpost at the ancient parish church is marked with a reminder of just how high the waters rose in the Bristol Channel flood of 1607.


By Pam Morris (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)