The wild gardens of St Davids are open!

We loved being a part of the St Davids City Open Gardens Weekend which took place on 26/27 June after a year off. The event is the brainchild of the fabulous Julia Horton-Mansfield and her husband John Mansfield who run the Really Wild Emporium shop, cafe, soap business, foraging tours […]

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Podcast time with Renew Wales!

We were very honoured to be invited by Renew Wales, one of our partner organisations, to join them for a chat about biodiversity and green spaces as part of their new podcast series, ‘Renew Wales in conversation’. Our Biodiversity & Community Engagement rep, Jeremy Wadia, joined fellow podcast guest Ian […]

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Community gardening in the sun

Our first volunteering weekend at Erw Dewi / Dewi’s Acre took place on Saturday 22nd May and the sun was out to welcome us. After so much rainfall and warmer temperatures, the weeds have been coming up in full force so the new community garden needed a good team of […]

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Garden plans revealed on Zoom!

We really enjoyed leading a Community Zoom call on Tuesday 23rd March, with a wide group of locals including community councillors, community group leaders and other interested representatives of organisations and residents. Jeremy Wadia from EcoDewi and Rev Sophie Whitmarsh from St Davids Cathedral hosted the call to raise awareness […]

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Happy St Davids Day!

The sun is out, it’s St Davids Day, the St Davids community garden has a new name and we have just launched a fundraising appeal for the garden! Not a bad day, eh? Last week the community garden team confirmed the new name for the garden which is: Erw Dewi […]

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Wildflower turf, rhubarb & more!

We’re so missing our organised volunteering sessions down at the St Davids Garden Project but with deliveries arriving, from the community development package we were awarded by Keep Wales Tidy, we have had to have a few people down there receiving and installing bits etc. This last week we managed […]

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The birds are happy!

Just a quick post to say how great it has been to see so many different species of birds enjoying our new community garden already, even though we have only just begun the project really. Clearing some of the jungle of brambles has opened up the ground more and along […]

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Success with our latest grant!

Okay, so it’s not really a grant but more of a package but still we’re really excited to have been successful with our application to Keep Wales Tidy and their Local Places for Nature project. EcoDewi has been awarded a Community Development Package, specifically a Community Food Growing one. And […]

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