WHGT Visit


The Committee of the Welsh Historic Gardens Trust visited the Bishop’s Park to see for themselves our exciting restoration project led by their Carmarthenshire Branch. As well as a tour of the grounds they also had a chance to explore the currently inaccessible Walled Garden and see some of its orchards remaining apple trees.

It will be interesting to discover the apple varieties and see if any of them are traditional heritage varieties.  One important part of the restoration project will be to work with old heritage varieties as well as plants that are pollinator friendly to help restore our dwindling bee population.

If you want to know more about how you can help restore our bee population visit the Bumblebee Conservation Trust website for lots of information and ideas. You can also visit the Welsh Historic Gardens Trust’s website for more information on their work.