The Tywi Gateway Trust are pleased to confirm that the Bishop’s Park will remain open for use by local residents during the ‘Fire-Break Lockdown’ announced by Welsh Government between 6pm on Friday 23rd October and Monday 9th November.
Due to Covid-19 and construction work, we have introduced changes to our park.
• access on foot only - no cars within the Park
• keep your dog on a short lead
• do not enter restricted areas
• do not visit if you have any symptoms
Enjoy your visit!
Historic Parkland and Walks
Caroline and Ffiona with Piers and colleagues from Carmarthen Museum on a tour of the Walled Garden The Tywi Gateway Trust are delighted to announce that we have now appointed our Community Engagement and Learning officer. In fact we have appointed two great new members to our team as a… Read More
If you are passionate about heritage and the environment, excited by the prospect of developing a new site-specific community engagement and learning programme – then this is a unique opportunity to lead a team of volunteers and others in creating a truly special, enjoyable, rewarding and safe learning experience for… Read More
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Despite lockdown and the closure of the Bishops Park to the public, great progress is being made with the restoration of these historic gardens at Abergwili. In May specialist conservation builders David Siggery Ltd. started on the repair of the 250 year old walls of the walled garden, where fruit… Read More