Brondanw Estate is installing a new biomass system that will heat the Plas and some of the nearby buildings.
Following a consultation process it was decided that the best way to run the necessary pipework was through some sections of the garden. The landscape will be re-constructed following the works.
This project is being managed by The Clough Williams Ellis Foundation, ESP Energy and Keith W. Jones.
If you require more information you can contact us on 01743241181.
Please note that toilet facilities are not available during this time but the gardens remain open as usual. Only a small section is affected by the work.
Plas Brondanw Gardens will be open for charity on Thursday the 14th of July. All admissions between 10am and 5pm will go to the NGS Scheme who is the most significant charitable funder of nursing in the UK. Charities donated to include Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie, Hospice UK, Carer’s Trust, Parkinson’s UK, to name but a few.
Your generous donation will help continue to provide nursing and caring support for thousands of people.
We will be taking part in The Festival of Gardens of North Wales from 28.5.16 to 5.6.16. To celebrate this event our gardener, Peter Hill, will be taking guided tours around the Plas gardens on Tuesday 31st and Wednesday 1st at 11am and 2pm. His talk will concentrate on the history and design of the gardens.
Also local Welsh tutor, Llinos Griffin will be holding taster Welsh learning sessions in the Orangery on Monday 30th at 11.30am and has organised a Welsh learners Treasure Hunt in the Gwyllt opposite the formal gardens on June 1st at 1pm.
Also there will be a short exhibition of works by local artist Sian Elen, held at The Orangery from 28thth May to 6th June.
Please note that the Welsh taster sessions and Welsh Treasure Hunt will need to be booked in advance. Thank you!
We look forward to welcoming you to the charming Plas Brondanw Gardens.
01766 772772 firstname.lastname@example.org or follow the links above.
The glorious Plas Brondanw cherry trees are just coming into flower this week. Come over and see them, they are a sight to behold! The gardens are also looking fantastic thanks to our gardener Peter Hill.
Check out this exciting event coming soon!
More details of things happening in Plas Brondanw to come.
The Brondanw Cherry is in full bloom this week. Come and sit awhile under it’s glorious boughs.
Regrettably, the Caffi will be closed on Wednesday the 8th of April, due to the electricity supply being off all day for the routine maintenance work carried out by Scottish Power on the overhead lines.
The Gardens will be open as usual, however the lower gate will have to be used for entry, as some work is being carried out on the walnut tree next to the main entrance gate.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
We are launching a new website and a ‘News blog’ for Plas Brondanw. We aim to keep you up to date with news, events and what is going on in the garden.