Clwyd Branch

The Clwyd branch covers NE Wales, including Flintshire, Denbighshire and Wrexham Maelor. Clwyd branch covers planning issues as far west as the River Conwy.

Clwyd branch runs a varied programme which begins in the spring and includes garden visits and talks. New members are welcome to meet us at any event. Advance booking is required for most events.
Booking Secretary Sinah Harrison-Jones 01745 583433 / 07876 330 528

Events 2019

Please book all events in advance. This helps us greatly!

Please book with Dee Jones a week before the event so we can advise hosts on numbers.
If for any reason you cannot attend after making a booking please let us know. 01745 710495

Dolhyfryd, Lawnt, Denbigh, Denbighshire LL16 4SU End of February - early March
Virginia and Michael Cunningham have kindly invited members to share their fantastic crocus landscape. The crocuses are spread through the lower meadows from corms originally planted in 1840. This year they are absolutely stunning so a visit is highly recommended any time in the next few weeks from now. Members may help themselves to visit the site. Crocuses are best seen on a sunny day.

Contact Virginia for further information: 01745 814805 /

23 March 10.00 for 10.30 Branch AGM, The Schoolroom, Greenfield Valley Heritage Park,
Greenfield Rd, Greenfield, Holywell CH8 7GH
Coffee and AGM followed by a talk by Ray Bailey
Greenfield Valley, from Industrial Revolution to Heritage Park
Greenfield Valley is a 70-acre country park outside Holywell which is well known for its woodland, reservoirs, ancient monuments, including the ruins of Basingwerk Abbey and its rich industrial past. This site has now become an interesting recreational landscape.
AGM free
Talk, lunch (including a hot and cold buffet) and afternoon guided tour of the site including the Small Historic Gardens developed by Volunteers. £14

(Please state any dietary requirements when booking).

17 April 2.30 Aberclwyd Manor Derwen, Corwen Denbighshire LL21 9SF kindly hosted by Irene Brown
The 4 Acre garden in the upper Dee valley is beautifully laid out around a Victorian villa and has an abundance of spring flowers in April including fritillaries.


29 May 2.30 Garthgynan, Llanfair Dyffryn, Ruthin LL15 2ES kindly hosted by John and Sue Harrop
Well preserved Grade II* small seventeenth century walled garden featuring banqueting house, raised terrace and bee boles. Below this garden lies a terraced orchard and former ornamental fishponds.

Wednesday 26 June from 2.30pm Garden visit to Crewe Hill, Farndon, Chester CH3 6PD kindly hosted by Michael and Inger Trevor-Barnston.
Members are invited to see the beautiful gardens surrounding Crewe Hall, with panoramic views over the River Dee and into the Welsh countryside.

The gardens include a stumpery, moongate and amphitheatre, walled garden, a nut walk and an exotic tropical garden.