On 22nd and 23rd of September, in conjunction with Carmarthenshire County Museum, we will be opening the door to the Walled Kitchen Garden as part of the Cadw Open Doors scheme, encouraging free access to historic sites during September.
Between 11am and 3pm you can enter the walled garden and view the surviving elements of the Bishop’s kitchen garden before the restoration project really gets underway. Although currently derelict and overgrown the walled garden has surviving fruit trees with a great fruit crop to see and taste. Tywi Gateway Trust staff and volunteers will be on hand to explain the project and invite visitors to join them on their restoration journey.
Come to the Museum from 10.00 to 4.30 and find out more about their collections – from geology and books to how to look after your household treasures – join in the fun activities for all the family.