As usual we post our latest Newsletter a few days after it has gone out to our ‘subscribers’. If you would like this direct to your inbox – totally free – just e-mail email@example.com with Newsletter in the title. Some exciting news on the front page along with interesting articles about what we get up to in the garden, a possible fascinating new event and we end with a ‘Good News’ snippet!
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, particularly over the forge. It’s a long story, it should have been done about two years ago but, to protect our not-so-innocent friendly builder, it wasn’t. Bizarrely, one of the guys who did the job, during one of the hottest weeks… Read More
We’re now offering a two-monthly newsletter sent to your e-mail inbox. This will give details of ‘pop-up’ openings, for example in the Spring for daffs and bluebells.
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Courses and Groups
If you would like to attend a course (see Courses and Events), bring a group to Nant-y-Bedd or even run your own course in our 10 acres of garden, woodland, pasture and river, just drop us an e-mail - address below - and we can discuss your needs.
We have had a 52 seat coach get here without any problem, so don't be concerned about narrow roads if thinking of a group visit
Sue gives talks to Garden Clubs, U3A, WI and similar organisations. As above, drop us an e-mail.
We do also open occasionally for the Monmouthshire Eco-Open Doors programme. If you are interested in any of our various eco-features (hydro, woodburners, organic growing, natural swimming pond etc.) give us a call to arrange a visit.