Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Christmas Decorations Workshops

Friday 2nd December 2016 from 3.00 to 6.00 p.m; 

or Saturday 4th December 2016 from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.

Come and make a Christmas wreath with Anna Williams. Two workshops 2nd and 3rd December. Place: Treborth Botanic Garden

Cost: £12 for non members, £10 for members

For application forms please click here

Fungus Foray  

 Sunday 9th October  13.30- 17.00

 UK Fungus Day – with Nigel Brown

 Come and see what we can find at Treborth with expert Nigel Brown. 
Please bring a basket or trug. Refreshments for sale.
Date:  Sunday 9th October 2016

Place: Treborth Botanic Garden
Cost: Free (donations to the Friends welcome)

Autumn Plant Sale  and Refreshments!

Saturday 1st October  10.00 am

 In conjunction with Tree celebration day (see below)

Two events for the price of one !

FOTBG  - AGM - 20th October

A12 Lecture Theatre, Brambell Building

The 18th Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Treborth Botanic Garden will be held on Thursday 20 October 2016, in the A12 Lecture Theatre, Brambell Building, School of Biological Sciences, Deiniol Road, Bangor at 7.00 pm.

For notice of AGM and agenda , please click here

Wednesday, 31 August 2016

John Muir Trust.

First ever Wales Members' Gathering 

10th October , Plas y Brenin Mountain Centre, Capel Curig

An opportunity to join fellow John Muir Trust members, staff and representatives of other environmental organisations in this spectacular location.
After a relaxed lunch there will be an open discussion session, guided by the guest speakers, to explore ways that the Trust and others can help manage and reinstate wild landscape
Cost £10 for members £15 for non members and includes refreshments
For further details and booking please see  John Muir Trust - Wales Members Gathering

Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Tree Celebration day - Saturday 1st October @Treborth

Tom Cockbill's social entreprise Wild Elements is organising a tree celebration day at Treborth on Saturday October 1st. This event is funded by the Woodland Trust and is one of the partner events to launch their national Tree Charter campaign. 

There will be stalls, nature activities, music and storytelling, and visitors will be asked to contribute their tree stories (e.g. Why is a particular tree important to you?) to a video and written collage. It will be a fun and educational day for all ages, and everyone is welcome!

The Friends will be organising a plant stall and refreshments during the day