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Cae Dai Community Gardens

Cae Dai Gardens are situated

alongside the 1950s Museum outside Denbigh.

We seek to provide a green space for all local people to spend time in nature and learn new skills. Cae Dai Gardens includes the Community Orchard, polytunnel and growing area, an outdoor learning space, and Aunt Rosa's Garden.

 Throughout the year there is an ever changing range of activities and volunteering opportunities, so stay up to date by following us on Facebook and Instagram.

About Aunt Rosa's Garden

Aunt Rosa's Garden was created with both nature and people in mind. We aim to provide a space that is accessible for all to learn, relax, and discover.

 

Aunt Rosa's Garden has been developed with the help from Keep Wales Tidy and the Welsh Government. This funding allowed us to create a wheelchair accessible pathway, an outdoor learning area, a polytunnel, and a pond for nature.

This also provides the perfect space to learn more about nature and gardening with our classes and workshops.

To find out more about learning with ReSource click here.

Why Aunt Rosa's Garden?

Rosa Ward OBE is the Aunt of Sparrow Harrison MBE who now owns and manages Cae Dai.

 

Rosa not only owned and managed the land at Cae Dai, but was also a pioneer of the Girl Guides movement, inspiring girls and young women across Wales and internationally.

 

We felt it a fitting tribute to name the garden in remembrance of her.

Our Heritage Orchard

The community orchard holds a wide variety of heritage plum and apple trees.

Our trees have recently been genetically tested at Aberystwyth University, which identified a number of heritage types. These included the famous Denbigh Plum, as well as one of the oldest and rarest varieties known as the Bardsey Island Apple.

We often have opportunities to get involved in our orchard. So, keep up to date with our social media to avoid missing out!

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