Due to its high media profile and popularity with tourists and local communities, the Garden has attracted a large number of sponsors since it opened in 2000.
The Garden’s local business partners, H.G. Bryer and Sons, have been in business since 1918 and, in 1968, became the UK’s first Mazda dealership. Since the beginning and up until now, the business has always been family run, and their strong values are still with them to this day. Based in the village of Dryslwyn, near Carmarthen, Bryer Mazda cover all of west Wales and south Wales. Their customers, however, come from far and wide.
The Principality Building Society sponsored our Lifelong Learning Centre, now called Principality House.
Our learning Aqualab laboratory, overlooking Pwll yr Ardd, was named the Welsh Water Discovery Centre.
Cwm Environmental and First Shanks sponsored the Garden visitor leaflet. Their logo has therefore appeared on the 300,000 leaflets which have been sent to tourist information centres, shops, hotels, other gardens and visitor attractions across Wales and England.
The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) sponsored the interpretive signs for the old Middleton Hall.
Mansford Real Estate sponsored our staff and volunteers clothing.
WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme)have paid for the installation and research on a new innovative flood defense system in our Waun Las National Nature Reserve.
If you would like to have your name associated with the Garden, in a small or large way, we would be happy to talk to to you about ideas for sponsorship. You can either phone our Director Huw Francis on 01558 667106 for a confidential chat or email him on email@example.com