For many years, Abergavenny Town Council, Friends of Bailey Park, Friends of Castle Meadows, Friends of Linda Vista Gardens, The Laurie Jones Community Orchard, Keep Abergavenny Tidy, Abergavenny Community Centre, Our Lady and St Michael’s RC Primary School plus other local primary schools, businesses, volunteer groups and organisations across the town, have worked on improving the natural environment in and around the town.
With interest in the biodiversity of the town being a significant factor for many residents and visitors to come and spend time in town, Abergavenny In Bloom continues to enable all interested parties to participate in becoming part of the wider team working to improve our natural environment, increase the biodiversity of the town’s street scape, and integrate our green spaces that we are so very fortunate to have right here on our doorstep.
Click here to download our Abergavenny In Bloom Portfolio for 2023
Our aim is to help educate people about the importance of greening the landscape around us in any small way we can, be it a plant on a window sill, a window box or hanging basket on a building, planters scattered throughout the urban areas, and links to wider green spaces to immerse yourself in nature. Now more than ever it is incredibly important for our wellbeing to make sure these areas are enhanced and protected for all generations, both now and in the future.
Hello, Abergavenny community, Are you eager to witness the incredible transformation of our town’s planters, trees, and green spaces? Look no further! Abergavenny In Bloom invites you to join us on social media to witness the spectacular work accomplished by our dedicated councillors, businesses, and schools.
We are a growing group of volunteers across all sectors, and we pride ourselves on being open and welcoming – we look forward to showing you the wonders of our town through Abergavenny In Bloom, and look forward to introducing you to this incredible community.
If you would like to volunteer contact us today!