Garden Visits

Convener

Judy Beba-Brown

Garden Visits is a group for everyone who enjoys the beauty of a garden.

You may be very knowledgeable and have wide experience of plants, design, and gardening or you may have none at all, or even no garden yourself.  We welcome everyone.  All that’s required is a love of the beauty of a lovely and well cared for garden.

Gardens to be visited may be open to the public by appointment or be private gardens open for the National Garden Scheme, but they will often be only open to groups.

Some gardens can provide refreshments, usually tea/coffee and, most important, cake, others can’t, but this will always be stated!

Visits are on Tuesdays, but vary as to which Tuesday in the month to fit in with the garden owners’ schedules.

The next visit is on 28th May to The Neuadd in Llanbedr, near Crickhowell.  A garden in the dramatic setting of the mountains, with a walled garden, woodland walk with ponds and streams, and a formal garden with flowering terraces.  We meet there at 10.30am.  No refreshments, but plenty in Crickhowell.

If you’d like to know more about the group or more information on the next visit, please contact via the Contact Convener button above.

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Accessibility at Bridges Centre

Members’ monthly meetings are held at Bridges Community Centre, Drybridge Park. Some group meetings and activities also take place at Bridges. Off street parking is available here outside the building, and disabled parking is adjacent to the building entrance. There are no external steps or slopes, and the entrance doors are automatic. The ground floor is fully accessible and level throughout, and there is space for wheelchairs. There is a lift to the first floor, and accessible toilets on both floors. There is a hearing induction system in the Agincourt room where the monthly meetings are held.

Accessibility at Ty Price

Some group activities and meetings are held at Ty Price, St Thomas Community Hall, St Thomas’s Square. There is no off street parking here. The approach on foot is a gentle slope to double entrance doors. The ground floor of the building is fully accessible and there is a disabled toilet. The stairs to the first floor are wide and well-lit with a handrail on both sides, but there is no lift. There is a hearing induction system on the ground floor.

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