A Walk Around the Garden

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The easing of Covid restrictions will allow us to explore more gardens in Wales. From 26 April 2021 gardens in Wales have been able to open if they  provide refreshments, and this bank holiday weekend sees the possibility that all gardens can open their gates.

The National Garden Scheme has up-to-date information on which are offering a welcome across Wales and what conditions you need to know to comply, not only with government guidelines but also any restrictions laid down by the gardens themselves.

A reliable source tells us that Treffgarne Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire will be open on 2 May.

Treffgarne Hall, a  Grade II listed Georgian country house, is owned privately. Built in 1842, it is located west of the village of Treffgarne. The garden consists of four acres with wide lawns and themed beds. Please note the house is not open to the public. Full address: Treffgarne Hall, Treffgarne, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire SA62 5PJ.

For more information and to book a visit this weekend, see: Visit a garden in your area – National Garden Scheme (www.ngs.org.uk)

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Elsewhere across Wales the following gardens are open over the bank holiday weekend. Please check for updates and any restrictions or addtional information.

Slade Southerndown, Vale of Glamorgan – May 1, 2 & 3

Park House Itton, Chepstow, Monmouthshire – May 1

Woodhaven Chepstow Monmouthshire – May 1

High House Gwent – May 2 opens with The Old Vicarage

Gilfach Conwy, Conwy – May 2  

NEW in 2021 Cwm Farm, Welshpool, Powys – May 2  

NEW in 2021 Pontsioni House Builth Wells, Powys May 2 & May 9 

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