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National Trust 2021 sites in North Wales prepare to welcome Welsh visitors

National Trust 2021  sites in North Wales prepare to welcome Welsh visitors

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Fri, 26 Mar 2021 10:00:00 +0000

THE National Trust's Bodnant Garden is re-opening its gates to Welsh visitors

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The world-famous garden will reopen on Monday, March 29 to residents and 

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The world-famous laburnum arch at Bodnant Gardens

THE National Trust’s Bodnant Garden is re-opening its gates to Welsh visitors.

The world-famous garden will reopen on Monday, March 29 to residents and visitors living in Wales.

All those wanting to visit must book their visit in advance and adhere to Welsh Government Covid-19 legislation at all times.

A statement on the website said: “We’re thrilled to be reopening Bodnant Garden from Monday, March 29 2021, for visitors living in Wales.

“We ask everyone to book their visit in advance and please adhere to Welsh Government Covid-19 legislation at all times.”

A spokesperson from the National Trust said: “Following the First Minister’s announcement, we are pleased that we will begin to open our gardens and outdoor spaces to visitors living in Wales from Monday, March 29.

“We have been working hard behind the scenes to make sure our places comply with the relevant guidelines and measures so that they are as safe as can be for our staff, visitors and surrounding communities.

“As part of the measures to keep people safe, pre-booking will be required – please check our property web pages for the latest information.

“As we all look forward to longer days and warmer weather, we’re thrilled to be welcoming visitors back.”

Penrhyn Castle and Garden in Bangor will also open its outdoor spaces on Monday, March 29 for Welsh visitors along with Plas Newydd House and Garden in Anglesey.

Full a map of National Trust locations, click here.

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