This page will be used to contain details of the various resources and links to organistions who have provided help.
With Thanks To
The Committee of Goytre Community Garden would like to thank the following for their support and help to ensure the continuing success of this project.
For their invaluable help, support and advice with this project ……..
Keep Wales Tidy
Incredible Edible Network
Social Farms and Gardens
For their financial generosity:
Capel Ed Church
Goytre Community Council
Bryn-Y-Cwm (Monmouth County Council)
New Grove Trust
Welsh Water Community Fund
Monmouthsire County Council [for S105 Funding]
For providing tools, equipment, plants and other supplies.
Wendy at Nantyderry Nursery
Wentwood Timber Centre
For their support with helping on work days and at other times:
To Bill & Carol – for many hours of their time spent on general garden maintenance and keeping the grass under control.
The people of the community of Goytre
The teachers and children of Goytre Fawr School
Please click on the links to external web-sites for further information and resources.
How to care for your garden organically to help create a better environment for our families, plants and wildlife.
Living Willows. How to create willow hedges, bowers, dens, arbours, walkways and much more from “Willow (Salix)”, one of nature’s colourful and adaptable building materials.
How to create a bed or garden that appeals to our senses through its rainbow of colours and diversity in texture while taking in the sweet fragrance of flowers in bloom.
Launched in 1996 to recognise and reward the best green spaces in the Wales.
Permaculture is a design process. It helps in the design of intelligent systems which meet human needs whilst enhancing biodiversity, reducing our impact on the planet, and creating a fairer world for us all. People across the globe are transforming their communities with permaculture.
Making space for nature in your garden
Giving nature a home.
Inspired by HRH The Prince of Wales’ vision for the “creation of new wild flower meadows, at least one in every county, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Coronation”. Find our local Coronation Meadow here:
Conserving and restoring flower rich grasslands in Monmouthshire by enabling its members to manage their own fields and gardens effectively.
Helping to create a ‘an environment rich in wildlife for everyone’ in our area.
For Evidence-based Mammal Conservation
The Community Garden works with many organisations with similar aims and objectives and those which can provide help and advice to further the success of this project.
These organisations include:
committed to improving the local environment and making Wales a better place to live.