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1   Link   Aberglasney
A magical ‘lost garden’ of Wales, Aberglasney is located in the Tywi valley. Its gardens include Britain’s only surviving Elizabethan cloister garden and parapet walk.
2   Link   Association of Garden Trusts
3   Link   British Red Cross Open Gardens
4   Link   BuildingConservation.com
The industry's leading website since 1998, BuildingConservation.com includes over 1,500 companies and organisations covering every aspect of the conservation, restoration and repair of the historic built environment.
5   Link   The Cadw/ICOMOS Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in Wales
Starting in 1992, Cadw has undertaken a comprehensive survey of historic parks and gardens in Wales. Parks and gardens thought to be of national importance have been included on the Cadw/ICOMOS Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in Wales. The Register was compiled in order to aid the informed conservation of historic parks and gardens by owners, local planning authorities, developers, statutory bodies and all concerned with them. However, the listings in the Register are non-statutory. The Register has been issued in six volumes, covering former county council areas and unitary authorities. It was completed in 2002 but this is not a closed list: sites can be added or taken out at any time. Currently there are 372 sites on the Register.
6   Link   Coflein
This is an online database for the National Monuments Record of Wales (NMRW), the national collection of information about the historic environment of Wales. A number of parks and gardens are included.
7   Link   The Cowbridge Physic Garden
The South and Mid Glamorgan Branch of the WHGT played a vital role in re-establishing this garden.
8   Link   Fountain Society:
9   Link   Friends of Cwrt Farm
This is the largest surviving pre-Renaissance manor house in Carmarthenshire where there may once have been an early ornamental garden.
10   Link   The Garden History Society
The Garden History Society (GHS) is the oldest society dedicated to the conservation and history of historic designed landscapes. GHS has a statutory role in relation to planning affecting listed parks and gardens.
11   Link   Gardens-Guide
Contains detailed listings for over 450 gardens open to the public in UK and Ireland. Descriptions include garden history and design information.
12   Link   Hafod Trust
the Hafod Trust aims to conserve and restore the historic features of the Hafod Estate in the Ystwyth valley - a picturesque landscape created by thomas Johnes.
13   Link   The Historic Gardens Foundation
The Historic Gardens Foundation is a non profit-making organisation set up in 1995 to create links between everyone concerned with the preservation, restoration and management of historic parks and gardens.
14   Link   IKnow Wales
South Carmarthenshire Gardens page
15   Link   The National Gardens Scheme
The National Gardens Scheme (NGS) Discover a garden near you and help raise £millions for charity.
16   Link   Parks and Gardens UK
This is a national database of parks, gardens, and designed green spaces in the UK, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and developed by the Parks and Gardens Data Partnership(PGDP). PGDP partners are The Association of Garden Trusts and the University of York Department of Archaeology. If you can contribute to the parks and gardens website please contact Caroline Palmer. This site will be continually updated and should provide information on all parks and gardens of historic interest.
17   Link   Penllergare
Romantic estate designed by John Dilwyn Llewelyn on the outskirts of Swansea, currently undergoing partial restoration with the assistance of the HLF ‘Parks for People’ programme. For an account of the development of the project see Trafodion Issue No 2 November 2012.”
18   Link   Plant Heritage (NCCPG)
The National Council for the Conservation of Plants & Gardens.
Our mission is to encourage the conservation of cultivated plants in the British Isles, supporting and publishing research into these plants, their origins, their historical and cultural importance and their environments, and helping to educate the public in the importance of cultivated plant conservation.
19   Link   Plas Dulas
Plas Dulas, Llanddulas is a Victorian villa sited in a garden notable for its interesting mediterranean planting. There is an application to build 29 houses although the local community are campaigning to save the site for a community garden.
20   Link   The Pulham Legacy
Claude Hitching has been rearching the work of James Pulham and Son and has developed a website. A book is to be published Spring 2012.
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