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  1. Garden wins Heritage Lottery Fund support

    The first stage of a £6.7 million plan to restore historic Regency landscape at the National Botanic Garden of Wales has been given the green light. What will be the biggest project in the Garden’s history aims to uncover the origins of Middleton Hall – the 568-acre estate that the Garden now occupies ¬– and […]

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  2. Rugby legend’s World Cup tips for Garden girl

    National Botanic Garden scientist Jenny Hawkins is busy researching ways of fighting hospital superbugs armed only with the healing properties of honey. Next week, the West Wales farmer’s daughter breaks away from her studies to line up again the biggest and best rugby players on the planet in the IRB Women’s World Cup. For this […]

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  3. Badge of honour

    The National Botanic Garden of Wales has been awarded Blue Peter Badge Attraction status. This honour means that the Garden joins the ranks of attractions who have won this award and entitles all badge-holders to free entry. Head of marketing at the Garden, David Hardy said: “The Blue Peter Badge has been iconic for generations […]

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  4. Good heavens! Garden gets special status

    The National Botanic Garden of Wales has been awarded Dark Sky Discovery Site status – the first botanic garden in Britain to earn this honour. The move is official recognition by The UK Dark Sky Discovery partnership of the quality of the night sky over the Llanarthne attraction. The Garden is one of 25 new […]

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  5. Membership as a Gift

      Christmas is a coming Your membership’s expiring fast. Get it renewed as a Christmas Gift. And all through the year it will last! Christmas is a coming Don’t know what to buy that friend? Why not buy them Garden membership? A present from year’s start to end! Christmas is a coming Your membership is out […]

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  6. Great Glasshouse tribute to Nigel Curry

    A key individual behind one of Wales’s most iconic modern landmarks will be commemorated in Carmarthenshire on Saturday (June 1st). The life of Nigel Curry, the hugely talented project architect for the stunning Great Glasshouse at the National Botanic Garden Wales, will be celebrated with the unveiling of a marble bench in his memory. Located […]

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