The Nurture Our Nature Garden was funded by the Lottery Heritage Fund and Llandrindod Wells Town Council and was opened in June 2021.  It was supported by Welsh Government under the Local Places for Nature Fund.

The garden was designed by Cllr Laurence Weerdmeester-Price with the pathways forming a Celtic ring design with flower beds, a central raised bed with seating and benches incorporated within this design.

The old broken paving was recycled and used for drainage in the raised bed, the sub-base for the pathways was made from recycled tyres, and some of the roses in the original beds were reused in the garden. The others have been used in displays within the town.

This area now provides a wonderful environment for bees, butterflies, mini beasts, birds and bats, with nesting boxes mounted within the trees and bug hotels above ground level.

Many of the plants also have sensory properties as well as bringing beautiful colour to the area.

This is truly a beautiful space to observe the wildlife and heritage of our area and to sit and enjoy the tranquillity.

There are links below to the information board in English and Welsh text.

Information Boards - English Text

Information Boards - Welsh Text

Link to images of the site from inception to completion -

 If you have recently visited the garden, please could you complete the short survey on this link, this will assist us with gathering feedback on our site.

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