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Unforgettable Gardens, Wales - Aberglasney

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This talk is the third in our series on Weds @ 7 presented in association with Welsh Historic Gardens Trust £5 each or all 4 for £16

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This new series of talks celebrates a diverse range of some of the glorious gardens of Wales.

This ticket is for this individual session and costs £5, and you may purchase tickets for other individual sessions via the links below, or you may purchase a ticket for the entire course of 4 sessions at a cost of £16 via the link here.

Attendees will be sent a Zoom link 2 days prior to the start of the talk, and a link to the recorded session (available for 1 week) will be sent shortly afterwards.

Week 1. April 7. Hafod: Part of a series of 4 online lectures, £5 each or all 4 for £16.

Week 2. April 14. Plas Cadnant: Part of a series of 4 online lectures, £5 each or all 4 for £16.

Week 3. April 21. Aberglasney: Part of a series of 4 online lectures, £5 each or all 4 for £16.

Week 4. April 28. National Botanic Garden of Wales: Part of a series of 4 online lectures, £5 each or all 4 for £16.

Week 3 21st April: Aberglasney by Penny David

Aberglasney first captured the public imagination in 1999 when the TV series A Garden Lost in Time documented the rediscovery of the structures of a cloister garden dating from 1600, hidden and forgotten beneath a jungle of weeds. Once the archaeologists and historians had done their digging, the gardening could begin. With the new century Aberglasney has blossomed into one of Wales’ finest gardens. Around its historic core, the garden is making history with inspired and innovative planting and design, embracing sound ecological principles. Truly ‘a heritage garden of excellence’.

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Penny David read history at Oxford and worked as a publisher’s editor in London, specialising in books on plants and gardens. In 1986 she returned to her Lampeter roots to work freelance, and soon became an active member of the Ceredigion branch of Welsh Historic Gardens Trust. She is author of A Garden Lost in Time ,about Aberglasney, two TV tie-ins accompanying Chris Beardshaw’s Hidden Gardens series and, most recently, Rooted in History: Celebrating Carmarthenshire’s Parks and Gardens (2017).


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