Nant y Bedd

It’s that time of year admittedly, but this year there appear to be so many more birds in the garden. The sunflower seed feeder is crammed with lovely yellow Siskins, some...

It’s official – at least according to the Grwyne Fawr rain gauge – this month is the wettest this year! With two – forecast to be dry – days to come...

In theory, our dates for the remaining workshops this year are as below, but double check on the individual details further down the page Nant-y-bedd workshops and events Saturday 16th October            Foraging Saturday...

For those of you who are still not on our newsletter mailing list – it’s easy and doesn’t cost a penny! – here’s what would have come winging into your Inbox...

OK, it’s not being called a pandemic, but the spread of Chalara, the Ash die-back disease, seems even more prevalent around here than Covid. Over the past few years the ash...

A few weeks ago we had most of the shed alongside the road re-roofed. The old wriggly tin had been there since before Sue’s arrival here in 1980 and was leaking,...

Over the years of our opening the garden we have had so many comments about the hazel tunnel we build every year or so (depending on the winter weather) that I...

We were due to hold one of Sue’s “excellent” (participant’s quote, not ours!) Compost Making workshops at the beginning of June, but that isn’t now going to happen due to the...

Just a few sounds for you today. A somewhat uncommunicative owl from last night as we had a quick stroll to check the forest barriers were locked – essential travel!!  ...

I do hope the Japanese characters at the top are the right ones – I got them from the website of our latest event provider! Shinrin-yoku or Forest Bathing is becoming...