Author: Lyndsey Maiden

Llansadwrn Open Gardens 2020

Open garden flowers

Open Your Garden or Help on the Day

Thanks to everyone who has thrown themselves into this event. The meeting held in the Reading Room on the 10/02/2020 was very well attended, we have around 17 gardens submitted for opening on the day which will help raise funds for our beloved and well used Reading Room. We are looking for volunteers on the day to help steward – if you are interested please contact Lizzie (dudleyandlizzie@gmail.com 07803 279558). The next meeting will be 11th May 2020, 7pm in The Reading Room.

So if you enjoy looking around gardens to get new ideas then this is your chance! Come and walk around Llansadwrn gardens…all different…some large, some small, everyone full of nooks and crannies, some with borders and beds filled to the brim with blooming plants, others with pots and window boxes, a few with orchards, a couple with ponds and bog gardens, some with vegetable plots but all helping and encouraging nature to thrive and develop.

A wildlife habitat hunt to engage children, refreshments for all in the Reading Room and a plant stall-a perfect day out in a wonderful village. 10am-5pm. Tickets £5 available on day or on sale beforehand at various outlets. For more information please phone or email

The date for the open garden is the 20th June 2020.

Register your garden below

All sizes of garden are welcome to enter - you can enter a window box or your entire estate (required)
Window boxFront GardenSmall gardenMedium gardenLarge gardenNature reserve

Anyone submitting an entry should be aware that your basic information will be shared on the map including location and description of the garden. All information is subject to the sites privacy policy.

Letitia Cornwallis Trust Public Consultation – Ending Soon.

Over the past few weeks, Landsker Business Solutions Ltd has been conducting a public consultation on behalf of the Letitia Cornwallis Trust to record opinions and comments on potential future uses of the Letitia Cornwallis site in Llanwrda.

This consultation included a questionnaire that has been available for completion online, and via a paper copy delivered by hand and left in public spaces in both Llansadwrn and Llanwrda.

Landsker is delighted to say that they have had a very good response to the public consultation and so will shortly be closing the study. The deadline for questionnaire completion is now Wednesday 12th February 2020. Please return any completed questionnaires that you have to the address on the back of the questionnaires -or simply drop them into the cafe or shop in Llanwrda.

Landsker would like to take this opportunity to say a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who has already kindly completed the survey. Your help is much appreciated. Findings of the surveys will be shared when available.

Copies are available in the Reading Room and the Vestry

Gardd Gymunedol Llansadwrn Community Garden

llansadwrn-gardeners-Feb-2019-planting

Gardd Gymunedol Llansadwrn Community Garden

Annual General Meeting 2020

12.00PM SATURDAY 8TH FEBRUARY 2020, LLANSADWRN READING ROOM

PRE MEETING ACTIVITY

10.00am – All (adults and children) are welcome to take part. Meet at the Reading Room then make our way to the Gardd/Garden to plant five apple saplings which have been grafted from good fruiting trees in Llansadwrn.

After the planting session tea coffee and biscuits will be provided in the Reading Room.

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AGENDA

CROESO/WELCOME
APOLOGIES
MINUTES OF PREVIOUS AGM
PRESENTATION OF ANNUAL REPORT
ADOPTION OF ANNUAL REPORT
PRESENTATION OF ACCOUNTS
ADOPTION OF ACCOUNTS
ELECTION OF COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON
SECRETARY
TREASURER
FUNDING OFFICER
CONFIRMATION OF CONSTITUTION
CONFIRMATION OF POLICIES
MOTIONS

DIOLCH/THANKS AND INVITATION TO STAY AND INFORMALLY DISCUSS GARDD/GARDEN MATTERS FURTHER.

 

Village walk in support of Menna

Local Runner, Menna Evans, Looks Set To Break World Record, and Village Come Out In Support

Many of you will remember last year when local Menna ran the length of the British Isles. This year she traveled a little further to achieve her ambitions.

Menna is running the length of New Zealand and is set to become the fastest woman to run this test.

This year she is raising money for the charity Mind and to support her a large group of her local friends joined her in spirit on the first of Feb by walking the village circuit and raising £160 for her cause.

If you would like to donate you can find out more here… https://m.facebook.com/marathonmenna/