Covid-19: Bishops Park closure – 24th March 2020
We must sadly announce that the Tywi Gateway Trust have had to take the difficult decision to temporarily close the Bishops Park to the Public. This is in consideration of the health and well-being of our staff, volunteers, visitors and local community, in line with the Government’s Covid 19 advice and the County Council’s decision to close country parks and gardens across Carmarthenshire. We will continue to monitor this situation and review the restrictions whenever guidance changes.
We have therefore closed the Bishops Park as of 4.00pm on Tuesday 24th March.
Historic Parkland and Walks
An early morning view out over the cleared ha-ha and across the Tywi Valley We have reached an exciting point in the restoration of the Bishops Park with the first of our contractors about to start on the
This autumn tree surgeons will be back at the Bishop’s Park. Sadly, all our ash trees are infected with ash dieback and we have to fell them to make the park safe for visitors. However, by removing the ash and some
Come and start to your exploration of the Tywi Valley at the Bishops Park. Tywi Gateway Project volunteer Nigel Bailey has designed and described a series of walks which can all be started at the Bishops Park and Museum. All the
A European white elm tree being planted at the Bishops Park to celebrate Michael Norman’s contribution to the site. Michael Norman, one of the founding trustees of the Tywi Gateway Trust, has been honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. Awarded