Category Archives: Events
Congratulations to the MYTHOS SHORT STORY WINNER Lessons from the Garden by Lisa Vickers The shepherd walked across the field, his crook in his hand. The grasses rustled in the gentle breeze and the blackbird sang a sweet melody from … Continue reading
Mythos short story closing date 17th September, and then the judging begins…
NGS Sundays for 2018 are 6th May 5th August 2nd September We hope to be hosting further days for two local charities, Shalom Hospice, and Fishguard Rainbow Support centre. We will post details as they become available.
Curated by Flow gallery London; Keiko Mukaide works in glass, Melanie Tomlinson works in metal, Buddug Wyn Humphreys works in enamel. More details here.
Our Autumn open day is this coming Sunday 3rd of September. We are open for the NGS from 11-6 and homemade teas will be available all day. We also have a good selection of plants for sale. Thats it for this year … Continue reading
Our Summer open day is this coming Sunday 6th of August. We are open for the NGS from 11-6 and homemade teas will be available all day. We also have a good selection of plants for sale. This year, there will … Continue reading
Our next NGS Charity Open Day is on Sunday 8th May 2016 The first of 3 special openings for the National Gardens Scheme, raising money for charities including Macmillan, Marie Curie, Help the Hospices and Crossroads Care for Carers. A wonderful … Continue reading
Sunday 7th of September 2014 brings the last of our three National Garden Scheme open days this year. The Garden will be at its peak and our teas are better than ever, and getting quite a reputation! The NGS raises literally … Continue reading
On Sunday September 8th. we will open for the National Garden Scheme for the third time this year. In the last 10 years the NGS has donated £22 million to charity. Principal beneficiaries are Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie cancer … Continue reading
Come and visit the garden in Spring- Primroses, Snowdrops, Magnolia, Hellebores and Camelias are all flowering for our opening We’re open again! From this Wednesday the 1st of April we will be open for 7 days a week, from 12, … Continue reading
We are still open throughout October, with normal opening times until the first of November. Autumn is a marvellous opportunity for the garden, and for me, to just breathe out. The amalgamation of all the strong colours in the … Continue reading
On Friday 18th April the garden opens for the 2014 Spring, Summer and Autumn season. We are looking forward to meeting returning visitors and old friends as well as many new people to share the garden with. We welcome visitors … Continue reading
The incredibly talented Indre Vrubliauskaite is exhibiting her drawings entitled ‘Land of Belonging’ from August to October. Her work has weight, matter and intelligence to it, whilst all the time maintaining its elegance and skill. Please come and see the first … Continue reading
Local artist Clare Wimperis is exhibiting her work inspired by the garden, in The Library until July 7th. An exhibition of works made in the garden itself, Clare is showing these works in The Library space in the heart of Dyffryn … Continue reading
6 local poets read their work in the garden. Alex Barr, Charlie Sharp, Ann Byrne-Sutton, Dave Urwin, Rosemarie Barr, Richard Wheeler. Bring a picnic, bring friends. Saturday 27th June, from 5pm Six local poets will be reading from their … Continue reading
Now extended into October, artists from Flow Gallery, London, Tracey Bush, Jennifer Collier and Eiko Yoshida feature their paperworks in The Library at Dyffryn Fernant. We are delighted to play host to these wonderful artists and their work.
From the 19th -30th July, in a small open valley tucked under the Preseli hills, one of The Great Gardens of West Wales boasts a marvellous natural acoustic. In conjunction with Fishguard International Music festival 19-30th July, we are offering … Continue reading
22nd. – 26th. August. In association with FISHGUARD ARTS SOCIETY and ABER JAZZ Fishguard is getting knitted! Come and see Knitting in the Garden over 22nd. – 26th. August Bank Holiday Weekend. Some strange and exciting knitted creatures and plants … Continue reading