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 a few days ago. Packed with the usual interesting articles, but this time with a timely piece about gardens and health (on page 5). Much research has been undertaken, some of it sponsored by the National Garden Scheme and the results… Read More
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 trees that line our valley road have been looking sicker and sicker. Later to leaf up, sooner to drop leaves and going thinner on top than a cartoon monk. Early last year Natural Resources Wales (what most people will remember as… 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.