Members in Wales belong automatically to their own County Branches and those across the borders to their nearest branch in Wales but all, wherever they live, are welcome at all Trust events.

Please click on a branch name for further information.

  • Brecon and Radnor
  • Carmarthenshire
  • Ceredigion

    The Ceredigion Branch organises one public lecture per year, which is given at the Annual general Meeting in early spring.  There are also at least three field excursions to local gardens during the summer months.  These may be private gardens not open to the public or private visits to better-known gardens. In every case the visit has a scholarly character, with a talk on the garden history and condition from the owner, where possible, and additional archival research by members of the Branch. Our members include experts in many relevant fields including geology, botany and landscape so we usually all learn a great deal from each other.

  • Clwyd

    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

  • Gwynedd
    The Gwynedd branch covers North-West Wales west of the River Conwy.
  • Monmouthshire and Gwent
    Monmouthshire and Gwent is a recently formed branch of WHGT.
  • Montgomeryshire
  • Pembrokeshire
  • South and Mid Glamorgan
    Secretary Val Caple
  • West Glamorgan