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 restoration of the walls of the walled garden and the Ha-ha. And alongside this work, in collaboration with the museum, we were about to announce a programme of public activities and events.
However, this comes at a difficult time. Following government guidance, we have decided that to keep visitors, volunteers and staff as safe as possible from coronavirus we will be delaying our activities and events programme for three months.
All being well we will be relaunching our line up of events for the summer holidays at the end of July with living history performances in the Walled Garden exploring medieval medication and the traditional uses of herbs for healing.
Where safe, and in line with government guidance, volunteering opportunities assisting Piers in the management and maintenance of the Park and Gardens will continue.
In the meantime the Bishops Park will remain open to all.