In preparation for our taking over the walled kitchen garden, the Dyfed Archaeological Trust carried out extensive surveys in 2017, including the remains of glasshouses, and with the help of local volunteers. The Trust’s report is available here. If anyone has photos or memories of the garden – such
Thanks to a £1,274,300 grant to a Carmarthenshire charity from the National Lottery the dream of revitalising Bishop’s Park at Abergwili is on the point of realisation.
Working in partnership with Carmarthenshire County Museum and
The Secret Garden comes back to life
There’s a secret lying hidden at the bottom of the Bishop’s garden – and it’s about to be revealed. In its heyday, the Bishop’s Palace in Abergwili, near Carmarthen, overlooked what commentators of
Do you love Carmarthenshire? Do you care about our heritage, landscape and the environment? Would you like to be involved at the start of a something new and exciting?
At Ymddiriedolaeth Drws i’r Dyffryn – Tywi Gateway Trust – we’re seeking individuals to support the community-driven redevelopment of the
Saturday 4 pm. Official Opening of the Walled Garden Door, by the Right Reverend Joanna Penberthy, Bishop of St Davids. Programme for Saturday 11 March and Sunday 12 March 11am – 3.00 pm View Our Plans for the Park –
Carmarthenshire Branch of The Welsh Historic Gardens Trust (WHGT) is pleased to announce the publication of a new book, ‘Historic Parks and Gardens of Carmarthenshire’.
Researched and written by a group of volunteers, this book sets
Today we were delighted to show a group from Penllergare around the Bishop’s Park. Despite the weather we all had a great time. Penllergare Valley Woods is another fascinating landscape restoration project and well worth a visit.
One of our project trustees Dr Alan Wilson has a new book coming out soon on the technology of the country house in west Wales. Comfort, Pleasure and Prestige describes the various ways the Welsh gentry used domestic technology to ensure that their
The Welsh Historic Gardens Trusts new book on the Historic Parks and Gardens of Carmarthenshire has now been published. Details on how to get you copy can be found by