Thank You.

Thank you to everyone who turned up for our March talk on Dahlias, we had another big turn out and we hope you all enjoyed yourselves. 

Thanks again to Mark Ashton for coming to speak to us and for giving such an excellent talk!

Tonight!!!

Our first talk of 2016 is tonight at 7.30pm in the Llantonian Hall, Llantwit. 

Our talk 'Edible Planting' will be hosted by Michele Fitzsimmons, a permaculture designer and educator based in Cardiff. Michele specializes in organic fruit and vegetable growing and from a palette of thousands of edible perennial and annual plants, she will show how to combine beauty with purpose to create a garden completely in tune with nature.  

All are welcome, admission is free and we look forward to seeing you there!

Our First Talk Of 2016!

Our first talk of 2016 will be held tomorrow, Wednesday January 27th at 7.30pm in the Llantonian Hall, Llantwit. 

Our talk 'Edible Planting' will be hosted by Michele Fitzsimmons, a permaculture designer and educator based in Cardiff. Michele specializes in organic fruit and vegetable growing and from a palette of thousands of edible perennial and annual plants, she will show how to combine beauty with purpose to create a garden completely in tune with nature.  

All are welcome, admission is free and we look forward to seeing you there!

Two Days Until Our January Talk!

Our first committee meeting of 2016 is tonight, hopefully we will have lots of new and interesting engagements, trips, talks and shows for the society to enjoy in the coming year. 

Our first talk of 2016 will be held on Wednesday January 27th at 7.30pm in the Llantonian Hall, Llantwit. 

Our talk 'Edible Planting' will be hosted by Michele Fitzsimmons, a permaculture designer and educator based in Cardiff. Michele specializes in organic fruit and vegetable growing and from a palette of thousands of edible perennial and annual plants, she will show how to combine beauty with purpose to create a garden completely in tune with nature.  

All are welcome, admission is free and we look forward to seeing you there!

Our January Talk Is Less Than A Week Away!

Our first talk of 2016 will be held on Wednesday January 27th at 7.30pm in the Llantonian Hall, Llantwit. 

Our talk 'Edible Planting' will be hosted by Michele Fitzsimmons, a permaculture designer and educator based in Cardiff. Michele specializes in organic fruit and vegetable growing and from a palette of thousands of edible perennial and annual plants, she will show how to combine beauty with purpose to create a garden completely in tune with nature.  

All are welcome, admission is free and we look forward to seeing you there!

January 2016 Talk

Our first talk of 2016 will be held on Wednesday January 27th at 7.30pm in the Llantonian Hall, Llantwit. 

Our talk 'Edible Planting' will be hosted by Michele Fitzsimmons, a permaculture designer and educator based in Cardiff. Michele specializes in organic fruit and vegetable growing and from a palette of thousands of edible perennial and annual plants, she will show how to combine beauty with purpose to create a garden completely in tune with nature.  

All are welcome, admission is free and we look forward to seeing you there!

(Don't forget our shop re opens this Sunday!)

Wednesday 25th November 2015 Talk.

All talks are held in the Llantonian Hall just off Boverton Road, behind the library at the back of the Rugby Club car park. 

All of our talks are free and everyone is welcome - members and non members. Tea and biscuits will be available! 

This month's talk is "The Heritage Coast Through The Eyes Of A Ranger", an illustrated talk by Helen Mills. 

Helen is an Area Ranger and has enjoyed spending the last nine years working at the Glamorgan Heritage Coast and she will be sharing her experiences with the society. Her illustrated talk will include the wildlife, geology, ecology, and management of this stretch of the coastline. It was awarded Heritage Coast status in 1972 and consists of dramatic cliffs, amazing rock formations and the biggest sand dune in Europe, backed by rolling countryside that stretches fourteen miles from Aberthaw to Porthcawl in the West. 

We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday!