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  1. Special ‘thank-you’ to volunteers

    Volunteers’ Week is a chance for all our fabulous volunteers to show off to their family and friends the work they do at the Botanic Garden

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  2. Homecoming for Huw as new Garden Director

    The new director of the National Botanic Garden of Wales is going back to his roots

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  3. Walking the waterpark

    There is a unique opportunity this Saturday (April 23) to see up close plans to restore what was once one of the finest waterparks in Britain. As the National Botanic Garden of Wales finalises its plans for the redevelopment of its regency landscape, 30 people are invited to join engineers Mann Williams and hear first-hand […]

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  4. ‘Survivor’ is crowned Tree of the Year

    An oak tree at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, saved from destruction by a stroke of luck many years ago, will now wave the flag for Wales in the European Tree of the year competition An oak tree which now stands proudly at the National Botanic Garden has been chosen by the public as […]

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  5. Cheering for the Bee Team

    Research work being carried out at the National Botanic Garden of Wales is helping us to understand more about honey bees and other pollinators. Habitat loss, pests, disease and climate change have caused pollinating insects to decline but work by the Garden’s scientists is aiming to help the insect fight back. You can find out all […]

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  6. Garden seeks stars of the future

    The National Botanic Garden of Wales is launching an apprentice scheme for young gardeners of the future. The new scheme, announced in May, was described by Curator Simon Goodenough as “an inspiring innovation for the Garden and for horticulture in Wales”. Recruitment will begin shortly with the first placements starting in September 2015. The scheme is […]

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