The latest from the pen of Sue, with a bit of help from Ian! Remember, you can get this direct to your e-mail inbox by dropping us a line on email@example.com and asking to be put on the mailing list. Simples!
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE INFORMATION BELOW IS NOW OUT OF DATE. FOR 2023 WORKSHOPS CLICK HERE Welcome to the 2022 programme of Workshops and Events at Nant-y-Bedd Garden. Once again a mixture of days led by Sue and by old favourites (Liz, Ruth and Carina) plus some wonderful ‘new faces’ in Mick, Jacky and Gary. There really is something for everybody who has an interest in gardening, food, wildlife and well-being. Do… Read More
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 13th November Foraging As most workshops events are now over for this year, I have deleted the dates from most of the details below. It is our intention to run the same courses next year, plus – hopefully – at least one exciting… Read More
Latest News: Due to the uncertainty surrounding the possible course of the COVID-19 virus and personal health issues, we are currently not intending to open in 2020, nor will any of the proposed workshops take place this year. We look forward to welcoming you to Nantybedd Garden in 2021 New for 2020 we have Jessica Tanner with two fascinating topics Artists Willow Charcoal Making £60 including all materials, delicious seasonal, organic… Read More
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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 have in the past opened 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.