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    Payment can be made by:

    Sending a cheque payable to WHGT to Joanna Davidson, Pandy Treban, Bryngwran, Holyhead,Anglesey,
    LL65 3YW

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    Bulletin – back issues

    The complete back issues of The Bulletin are available for reading or download, together with two early newsletters:

    Join Us

    Membership rates are as follows:

    Individual £15, Joint £25, Corporate £50, Life member £350
    Free membership for students under 25 years or in full-time apprenticeships (join by form)

    Join using PayPal

    If you are joining with PayPal, or making a one-off donation, and would like us to collect Gift Aid on your payment, please download the  Gift Aid declaration 
    Please send the completed declaration to WHGT, 37, Romilly Rd, Cardiff, CF5 1FJ
    WHGT is a registered charity and can claim a tax refund on subscriptions as well as donations.

    Join by form

    To join, please complete the form and send it with the appropriate payment to:
    WHGT, 37, Romilly Rd, Cardiff, CF5 1FJ
    Tel: 01558 668998

    Payment can be made by BACS - account details are given under renewal below.

    Donate to the WHGT

    You can also help the WHGT by making a donation.

    WHGT is a registered Charity. If you are a UK tax payer WHGT will be able to claim gift aid on your donation. Please download the Gift Aid form and send it completed to WHGT, The Bothy, Aberglasney, Llangathen, SA32 8QH

    Renew your subscription

    You can renew your subscription using Paypal

    You can also renew by BACS:

    • Account Name: Welsh Historic Gardens Trust
    • Sort code:         20-18-54
    • Account Number: 50920959

    Please put your membership number and surname in the narrative/reference space when making a payment.


    WHGT publishes a regular newsletter as the "WHGT Bulletin".

    Branch committees also publish newsletters and other publications.

    WHGT has over time published Trafodion and Gerddi. An index for articles in the Bulletin, Trafodion and Gerddi can be found here.

    The Bulletin

    The Bulletin is a regular newsletter for WHGT members. The latest issue is here.

    The Bulletin is edited by Glynis Shaw to whom items should be sent.

    All back issues are available here, together with two early newsletters. A bibliography of early editions can be found here.


    Gerddi was an occasional peer-reviewed publication produced by the WHGT. It featured topical research on historic parklands and gardens in Wales and beyond.

    It is no longer produced.

    Some editions are now available in electronic form:


    Edited by Bettina Harden. There have been two issues of Trafodion which can be downloaded using the links below.

    Other Publications

    About the WHGT

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    The Welsh Historic Gardens Trust (WHGT) is a national conservation and heritage charity set up to protect and conserve the historic parks and gardens in Wales.

    The WHGT campaigns to save historic gardens and parks from neglect, indifference, insensitive planning and inappropriate planting for future generations.

    Wales has many outstanding parks and gardens which are as much part of the Welsh heritage as the buildings and towns they were designed to complement.
    WHGT aims to promote the cultural importance of these sites.

    WHGT  aims to:

    • Raise the profile of parks and garden heritage in Wales which make such a rich and varied contribution to our landscape.
    • Promote interest and enjoyment in the beauty and diversity of Welsh parks and gardens including the famous and less well-known, large and small, formal and picturesque, to the widest audience to ensure their survival for future generations.
    • Promote the restoration and conservation of threatened parks and gardens, and those At Risk of becoming lost gardens, which are of special historic interest in Wales.
    • Research and document the garden history of Wales, an important element of the historic and cultural identity of the Nation.

    The Trust promotes the enjoyment and understanding of all these landscapes through its program of visits, lectures and research activities.

    Trust members enjoy a varied and interesting programme of events, including:

    • Garden visits
    • Lectures and Study Days
    • Researching the history of local gardens
    • Monitoring planning applications
    • Fund raising and publicity
    • Raising awareness of the garden heritage of Wales
    • Garden surveys
    • Practical conservation work

    Please join if you are interested in the garden and parkland heritage of Wales.