Our charity’s Annual Report and Financial Return for 2021/22 was presented and approved by the Trustees at our Annual General Meeting held 4th August 2022. These documents have now been formally submitted to the Charity Commission and are available to download from their website at this link:
Yes that’s right. Following our official opening ceremony on 30th April 2022, the garden is accessible via the new wrought iron north and south gates, every day while volunteers are working in the garden. This will generally be between the hours of 10 and 1.30 pm, but longer on Mondays, Tuesdays and Sundays when volunteering continues into the afternoon.
The garden is still a little way from completion, so a few rules need to be observed to keep everyone safe (see below). However the Trustees are keen to open up access so that hospital staff, visitors and people from the local community can start to enjoy the benefits of this beautiful and peaceful oasis at the heart of the community.
Opening hours depend on when volunteers are working on site, so some days we will be open longer than others. We will ring a hand bell 5 mins before closing to warn visitors the gates are closing.
For your own safety and volunteers’ working needs, please observe signs indicating any closed or fenced off areas.
The Friends of Llanfrechfa Grange Walled Garden do not take responsibility for any loss or damage to personal belongings left unattended.
We do not have refuse collecting facilities so please take your litter home.
Dogs welcome if kept on a lead. Please pick up and dispose of any doggie foul.
Please respect other people’s enjoyment of the garden. If you wish to listen to music, please use earphones.
Fires and barbecues are not permitted.
This garden is sited on land owned by NHS Wales. It is therefore against the law to smoke on these premises.