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WHGT Small Grants Scheme
Welsh Historic Gardens Trust Small Grants Scheme
This scheme is now being run for the second year.
HRH the Prince of Wales Patron of WHGT launched the new Small Grants Scheme at Dyffryn Gardens last year to mark the WHGT 25th Anniversary.
This scheme is to support historic parks and gardens throughout Wales involved with small conservation projects, site surveys, and projects which promote public access, interest and enjoyment.
Apply for a grant
WHGT will award the first grants of up to £500 in November 2015
For Application form : pdf
Terms and Conditions: pdf
Applications must be submitted by 30 September. Successful applications will be made public by the end of 2015
Can you help to make the WHGT Small Grants Scheme Great?
Please donate generously so that this scheme can be sustainable to support the conservation of Welsh gardens.
Cheques may also be sent to: WHGT Small Grants Scheme,
Aberglasney Gardens, Llangathen, Carmarthenshire. SA32 8QH
To make your donation go further please consider a gift aid declaration.
Dyffryn Gardens Special
Dyffryn Gardens voted the most special place in Wales
Dyffryn Gardens in the Vale of Glamorgan has been voted as the most special place in Wales.
Thousands of people across the country voted for 12 weeks as part of National Trust Wales' search to find the nation's most treasured place.
The Edwardian gardens scooped more than a third of the final votes and was nominated for its breathtaking landscaped gardens.
The Association of Gardens Trusts
The national charity representing 36 County Gardens Trusts
Visit http://gardenstrusts.org.uk/ for up to date information, contacts and forthcoming events
Registered Charity No. 1089258 Company Limited by Guarantee No. 3985370
National Botanic Garden of Wales
**VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY**Get involved at the National Botanic Garden of Wales this summer.
From 20th July until the end of September Dyfed Archaeological Trust will be working with the National Botanic Garden of Wales to explore what remains of the Regency period water park created by William Paxton in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Anyone who volunteers for a week or more has the chance to gain accreditation in the form of the BAJR Skills Passport.