Follow this link to find out where we are: https://goo.gl/maps/S3s2sS3f3TF2
See that small wooden gate? The garden is located through there!
Wild Weekend for Wales : Saturday 8 March @ Llangollen Community Garden 10 am – 3 pm
The event sponsored by Keep Wales Tidy will see groups all over Wales doing practical projects to help wildlife. This spring the main focus is on pollinators.
@ Llangollen Community Garden we will be:
- Thinning the sapling trees, clearing bramble, coppicing some of the ash
- Planting hazel
- Under planting with snowdrops (and hopefully primroses).
Planting 2 Fruit Trees
- Planting a plum and a damson. Food for the bees and us!
- Putting up wires to grow a honey suckle along the stone wall behind the social area
- Putting up trellis and planting 2 honeysuckles to cover the metal fencing erected by DCC
Tidying up our existing Flower Beds
- Our existing Bee Beds need some tlc after the winter
- We will be planting some extra “bee” plants too, mostly from plant divisions from our own gardens
Log / Bug Piles
- As an extra to our pollinator plans will will saw up some of the many branches in the garden
- We want to create 1 or 2 smaller log piles in the children’s area suitable for future mini beast hunting
- Wear footwear suitable for mud and old clothes. Gloves & tools provided.
- Also provided; tea, coffee, juice plus biscuits & cakes too. If possible bring a mug, but we will have some spares.
- Children welcome if accompanied by an adult.
Tell your friends
- Drop in for an hour or two, or bring lunch and stay all day!
Visit Llangollen community garden on Saturday 18th May and see the launch our Bee World area, find out more about the garden and enjoy a BBQ in the sunshine!
The day starts at 10am with a visit from Susan Elan Jones, who will be helping launch our new Bee World area. The BBQ will be serving food at around 1pm, with the day wrapping up around 5pm.
On October 27th we will be taking part in the Keep Wales Tidy ‘Wild Weekend’ – We will be building some enhanced habitat zones. We will use material found on the site to create brash piles. Brash piles are great for wildlife and will help mark out some of the areas on site. If you like wildlife, or just want to help, this will be a great weekend to get involved!