Montgomeryshire branch events 2017

 Programme 2017

20-21st May - Pots & Plants Fest at Gregynog, Tregynon, Newtown SY16 3PW - 10-5pm. £5/ticket (includes parking) children under 15 years, free

The grade 1 listed gardens at Gregynog are home to this unique event for the first time.  The event brings together some of the country’s finest potters, as well as some specialist plant nurseries. An ideal opportunity to buy directly from the potter or pick up an unusual plant specimen.  For further details: www.potsandplantsuk.com Lunches etc available from Gregynog.  Ticket includes entry to the gardens.


24th June 2-5pm  – Private garden visit for WHGT members and friends, Cwm Weeg, Dolfor, Newtown SY16 4AT.  £7/ticket includes garden entry and tea.

We are delighted that the owners of Cwm Weeg have kindly agreed to open their beautiful 2half acre garden for us. Set within a 24 acres of wildflower meadow and bluebell woodland, surrounding a C15 Farmhouse, the formal garden offers vistas, grottos, sculptures and lawns as well as extensive borders terraced with stone walls. Advance booking is required.  NB: tea can be taken undercover if wet.


22-23rd July – Summer Fayre at Bryngwyn Hall, Bwlch-y-Cibau, Llanfyllin SY22 5LJ  - 10.30-6pm. £4/ticket. Under 12s free.

Held in the lovely grade 2 listed gardens at the Hall, showcasing the best of local food, drink, plants and high-quality ceramics. Ticket includes entry to the 9-acre gardens and poison garden. Teas also available.  More information : www.bryngwyn.com  


Saturday 12 August 7-9pm Powis Castle, Welshpool, SY21 8RF. Exclusive night-time opening of the grounds.

Mid-Wales Opera performing in the Grade I gardens. £12.50 in advance or £15 on the night from This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and S. Baynes. Bring a picnic. 


26th September – A talk on ‘The work of WHGT’ – Llandinum Gardening Club, The Library, Llandinum Village Hall SY17 5BY – 7.30pm

Our Chairman, Simon Baynes will be giving an enlightening talk to Gardening Club members. If you would like to go along as a visitor (the visitor's fee is only £1), you will be very welcome. The Hall itself dates from 1912 and apparently is of historical interest. As parking at the Hall is limited, it is suggested you park in the village car park and walk the remaining 200yds.  There will be a raffle and tea.


I’m sure you will agree that there is something there for everyone and I look forward to chatting with many of you at the events.  Montgomeryshire membership continues to grow and anything you can do to help promote WHGT and its work will be appreciated.   Thank you for your continued support and enjoy your membership,


Yours sincerely,

Simon Baynes

Acting Chairman - Montgomeryshire


Contact Joy Neal for further details
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