Aberglasney is blossoming ready for May!



Latest news from the team at Aberglasney House and Gardens in the Tywi Valley -

The weather of late has been exceptionally good and as a result the Gardens at Aberglasney are looking very good indeed.
Our collection of Magnolias is in flower and Bishop Rudd’s Walk is at its best.
Our tulip displays are even bigger this year and the sunshine ensures that the flowers open up to create a shimmering fanfare of colour.
All in all, there really couldn’t be a better time to visit Aberglasney.
Head Gardener Joseph Atkin says that the next few weeks are possibly the best of the year!
Meanwhile, should you need any further encouragement our 2015 events programme has begun in earnest.
Kick off the bank holiday weekend by joining us for live ‘Music in the Pool Garden’ on Friday May the 1st.
Relax to the sounds of Jimi Webb “Wales’ King of Swing” while enjoying your own picnic or book a table on the Tearooms’ terrace and ‘Maryellen’s’ will take care of your supper – call them now to make a reservation – 01558 668996.
Tickets are available on the gate and cost just £10.00 each for adults (Aberglasney Members £8.00) children 16 and under are free.
‘Opera in the Mansion’, a concert by award winning soprano Laura Parfitt is on Saturday May the 16th and promises to be a very special evening.
Laura sings regularly as a concert soloist and has performed at prestigious venues including the Royal Albert Hall, the Royal Festival Hall, Cadogan Hall, and St David’s Hall.
She has shared the concert platform and opera stage with many acclaimed singers including Kiri Te Kanawa, Dennis O’Neill and Rebecca Evans.
Booking is essential, tickets including a glass of bucks fizz and canapés during the interval are £25.00 (Aberglasney Members £23.00.) Tickets are available to purchase on-line at www.aberglasney.org (go to the 'shop' icon and then 'special event tickets') or direct from the ticket office. Alternatively call us on 01558 668998.


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