Neuadd Arddio

Bydd y Neuadd Arddio’n orlawn o blanhigion rhyfeddol, cystadlaethau, stondinau masnach a gweithgareddau i roi cynnig arnynt.

   

Stondinau Cystadleuol / Competitive Tradestands

GARSIDE CACTI
30 The Green Road, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1ED
Tel: 01335 343848/07974 610476  
Quality cacti and succulents.

HILLVIEW HARDY PLANTS
Worfield, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV15 5NT 
Tel: 01746 716454 
Email: hillview@onetel.net 
A display of primula auriculas.  

HILLVIEW HARDY PLANTS
Cottage Garden plants.

MÔN  CACTI
5 Y Garnedd, Penmynydd Road, Llanfair PG, Anglesey, LL61 5EX
Tel:01248 716433/07774 528581 
Email: bwilliams942@btinternet.com  
Display of cacti and succulent plants.

NANTYDERRY NURSERIES
Nantyderry, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire,  NP7 9DW
Tel: 07974 138584 
A display of hanging baskets.
Nantyderry will also have a second stand with a display of tubs of surfinias etc.

OBSERVATORY BONSAI NURSERY
60 Cyncoed Road, Cardiff, CF23 5SH
Tel: 02920 484892
Email: mail@observatorybonsai.co.uk  
A selection of hardy Bonsai trees.

P & J PLANTS
The Hayden, Brampton Lane, Madley, Hereford, HR2 9LX
Tel: 01981 251659
Email: pj_gardner@btopenworld.com 
Bowls of specimen sarracenia with a centre piece planted around a boggy area.

TRIFFIDS
The Nursery, Oakhill, Radstock, Somerset, BA3 5SE
Tel: 01749 840561
Email: Jackietriffids@hotmail.co.uk 
A display of traditional and unusual Cottage Garden plants.

TY-CWM NURSERY
Penffordd, Llanybydder, Ceredigion, SA40 9XE 
Tel: 01570 480655  
Email: helenwarrington@hotmail.co.uk 
Unusual perennials and shrubs in a garden setting from full sun to deep shade.

Gerddi / Gardens

NEATH PORT TALBOT GROUP
Horticulture Department, Dŵr-y-Felin Road, Neath, Neath Port Talbot, SA10 7RF
Tel: 01639 648261
Email: richard.williams@nptcgroup.ac.uk
“Spitting Images” – a round garden that encloses a serpentine pond that reflects around it an array of herbaceous perennials, trees and shrubs.  The garden is transversed by a path that crosses the pond.

Stondinau / Tradestands

AERON ACERS
Llwynbrain, Talsarn, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8QD 
Tel: 01570 470557
Email: gboyd19@gmail.com  
A selection of Japanese Acers.

ASHFIELD COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE
Ashfield, Howey, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5PL
Tel: 01597 829689 
Email: office@ashfieldce.org.uk 
Ashfield is a community garden open to people of all abilities.  We cultivate organic produce in the Kitchen Garden for local consumption and provide a place for local people to come together to grow food.  

Rhowch gynnig arni / Come and have a go - Guess the vegetable and plant competition.

BRIT GROWERS
c/o Mr Mark Street, 42 Adare Street, Evanstown, Bridgend, CF39 8RU 
Email: markstreet2666@yahoo.co.uk
Brit Growers will feature an information area with growing advice and community land advice, including a cinema presentation on community gardens with a range of pallet garden items that are planted up.  There will be a number of workshops and activities on hand throughout the event.

Rhowch gynnig arni / Come and have a go - Create some eye catching labels for your garden, turn scraps into decorative flowers with Ribbon and paper, and other various activities/workshops throughout the event

BRITISH TRUST FOR ORNITHOLOGY
c/o Mr Kelvin Jones, S2 Thoday Building, Bangor University, Deiniol Road, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2UW 
Tel: 01248 383235 
Email: kelvin.jones@bto.org  
Promoting the conservation work of the BTO with emphasis on the trusts Garden Birdwatch Scheme.

Rhowch gynnig arni / Come and have a go - How do we catch birds? What ring do I take? Call and chat about the BTO ringing scheme, and how you and your garden can help inform about the birds using your garden and the health of the birds and other wildlife sharing it with you

CAMPAIGN FOR THE PROTECTION OF RURAL WALES (CPRW)
c/o Mr Vic Warren, Court Bleddyn Farm, Folly Lane, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 8TS 
Tel: 01495 755557  
Email: vic.warren@hotmail.com.  
Publicity and information on the work of the CPRW.

Rhowch gynnig arni / Come and have a go - Will be running a map game – “Where’s your favourite place in Wales?”

MR A CLAMP
35 Swadlincote Road, Woodville, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE11 8DE  
Tel:01283 216617
Items and demonstration of wood carving.

COTTAGE GARDEN SOCIETY
c/o Penhyddgan, Boduan, Pwllheli, Ll53 8YH  
Tel: 01758 721577
Email: ziggymen22@hotmail.co.uk 
Information and display materials on the Cottage Garden Society.

FARMING CONNECT
Menter a Busnes, Uned 3 Parc Gwyddoniaeth Aberystwyth, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 3HA   
Tel: 01970 631404 
Email: sian.tandy@menterabusnes.co.uk  
Arable and Horticulture advice.

Rhowch gynnig arni / Come and have a go - Interactive online quiz using an ipad for adults to win tickets to the Show and Health & Safety activities for the children with the possibility of winning a Health & Safety pack.

HERBS IN WALES
Lake Farm Barns, St Athan Road, Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, CF71 7HY
Tel: 07966 635506 
Email: multipleorganics@btinternet.com  
Seasonal Herbs and Wildflowers.

HOWEY HEDGEHOG RESCUE
Ty Newydd, 9 Goylands Close, Howey, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 5RB  
Tel: 01597 824951  
Email: howeyhedgehogs@googlemail.com  
Recently featured on ITV Wales Coast and Country and BBC Radio Wales, Howey Hedgehog is the only rescue centre covering Mid Wales and beyond. The ethos is to admit orphaned, sick and vet checked hedgehogs; rehabilitate them and safely slow release them back into the wild away from roads, badgers and pesticides.  The iconic hedgehog is a vastly declining species and the stand will advise on hedgehog first aid, correct feeding and housing.  Examples, leaflets, colouring sheets, craft stall and non-releasable hedgehogs can be seen on both days.

Rhowch gynnig arni / Come and have a go - An easy to make feeding station and hedgehog house and ideas on making a wildlife friendly garden, along with information booklets and colouring sheets. 

NATIONAL GARDEN SCHEME
c/o Christine Carrow, Ty’n y Cwm, Beulah, Llanwrtyd Wells, LD5 4TS 
Tel: 01591 620461 
Email: stevetynycwm@hotmail.co.uk 
Photos of gardens and county booklets on National Garden Scheme.

CARDIFF UNIVERSITY OTTER PROJECT
Organisms and Environment Division, Cardiff University School of Biosciences, Sir Martin Evans Building, Museum Avenue, Cardiff, CF10 3AX 
Tel: 02920 874948  
Email: chadwickEA@cf.ac.uk 
Learn about the anatomy of an otter and the research we do using otters found dead. Learn about their adaptations to an aquatic lifestyle.

Rhowch gynnig arni / Come and have a go - Come and meet:
  • 'Colin' our deconstructable otter - children (and adults!) can have a go at a post mortem, and learn about anatomy, and about the research we do using otters found dead.   
  • Our two mounted otters - both found dead, and mounted so that people can see an otter up close, and learn about their adaptations to an aquatic lifestyle.
  • Our bioaccumulation game - children can learn about accumulation of contaminants (such as pesticides) up the food chain.
  • Otter related craft/colouring activities.


PLATFORM ONE ARTS & CRAFT ASSOCIATION
c/o Croft Llwyd, 28 Heol Maespica, Lower Cwmtwrch, Powys, SA9 2PP 
Tel: 01639 831477 
Email: Ianthyer@hotmail.co.uk  
Local handmade crafts by members of Platform One Art & Craft Association.

Rhowch gynnig arni / Come and have a go - Children’s workshops to include making cards, painting and creative play - all on a floral theme.

STAUNTON LANDSCAPES
Magnolia Cottage, Ledbury Road Crescent, Staunton, Gloucester, GL19 3QB  
Tel: 01452 840107  
Garden furniture.

THE POTTING SHED
c/o Tracey Baker, 28 Llanbedr Road, Fairwater, Cardiff, CF5 3BW
A small group of makers working with various types of clay, with a floral theme. There will be a unique opportunity for members of the public of all ages to participate in our make and take workshops for a small material charge starting from £1.50.  There will also be an opportunity to purchase directly from the makers themselves of their various hand crafted products including your finger print made in silver clay on a flower and/or a framed hand print on a ceramic tile made to order.
Exhibitors include:- Polytypic Arts.com; Sadie Hurley Ceramics; Tracey Baker Ceramics.com; Bezeal.com.

Rhowch gynnig arni / Come and have a go:
  • Polytypic Arts – throw a flower pot on a potter’s wheel and take home to paint.
  • Sadie Hurley Ceramics – paint and take home your own ceramic item with a floral theme.
  • Tracey Baker Ceramics – make and take home a clay flower which can be painted at home.
  • Bezeal – make and take home a silver-clay flower.  

WELSH FOSSIL FOUNTAINS
Emma & Lyndon Hammonds, Rhiew Farm, Hundred House, Llandrindod Wells  LD1 5RY 
Tel: 01982 570288 
Email: welshfossilfountains@hotmail.com   
Natural stone fountains, clocks and lamps, handmade near Builth Wells.

WELSH HISTORIC GARDENS TRUST
c/o Mr Jonathan Reeves, Pontsioni House, Aberedw, Builth Wells, Powys, LD2 3SQ 
Tel: 01982 560205  
Email: jhwreeves@outlook.com 
A charity devoted to promoting the gardens and parks of Wales, encouraging interest in their care and preservation.

YEW TURN
Ralph and Elke Curtis, 1 Pontybrynhurt, Brecon Road, Crickhowell, NP8 1SH   
Tel:  07807 302214 
Email: yew-turn@tiscali.co.uk  
Come and see the Mushroom Man – non-stop woodturning demonstrations. 

Adran Gwenyn / Bee Section

BEESPOKE BEEHIVES.CO.UK
Mr Michael Cooper, 2 Twyn y Rhodyn Cottages, Hennoyadd Road, Abercrave, Swansea, SA9 1UT  
Tel: 01639 730588 
Email: beespokebeehives@outlook.com 
Beehives, stands and beehive parts.

OPAL
c/o Mr R D Griffiths, Cofnod, Intec, Parc Menai, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 4FG 
Tel: 01248 672680  
Email: bob.griffiths@cofnod.org.uk  
OPAL (open air laboratories) provide pollination surveys and other citizen science surveys and practical survey sessions for members of the public during the event. There will be information on the new Bee Friendly scheme, which is a new initiative supported by the Welsh Government and nature groups in Wales.  The principle is very much like Fairtrade Towns in that action is taken under headings such as habitat, food, community involvement etc.  If a project is successful it can then gain official accreditation as a Bee Friendly place.  It is open to towns, schools, communities, businesses, places of worship etc.  So come along for some more information for making your area a bee friendly place and again a bronze, silver or gold award.    There will also be information and activities from the Bee Watch Planting for Pollinators Scheme and other organisations who are members of the Welsh Government Pollinator Task Force.

Rhowch gynnig arni / Come and have a go - Practical pollination survey sessions using plants on the stand and tours around the Festival site.

WELSH BEEKEEPERS’ ASSOCIATION
c/o Graham Wheeler, Mertyn Downing, Whitford, Holywell  CH8 9EP 
Tel: 01745 560557 
Email: mertyndowning@btinternet.com 
Information on the craft of beekeeping and the support offered to beekeepers.  Also on the stand the National Bee Unit of the Animal and Plant Health Agency will have a presence with the NBU Seasonal Bee Inspectors team on hand to provide information and advice on bee husbandry, disease and potential exotic pests.

Rhowch gynnig arni / Come and have a go:
  • Candle Rolling - make your own beeswax candle for 50p.
  • Don't know what a honeybee looks like? Come and meet the Queen and her colony.
  • Thinking about becoming a beekeeper? Come and talk to Welsh Beekeepers to find out what's the buzz with bees.
  • Got a problem with your honeybee colonies? Have a chat with the Regional or Seasonal Bee Inspectors.