Gardeners’ Question Time with Terry Walton

An afternoon with one of the nation’s favourite gardening gurus – BBC Radio 2’s Terry Walton, famed for his regular broadcasts from his allotment in the Rhondda Valley. Find out more about his life, passions, and radio career, including some of the highlights of working with Sir Terry Wogan and Jeremy Vine. Terry will be welcoming audience questions and sharing his extensive gardening knowledge in a live Q&A to help experienced and first time gardeners alike.

Prynhawn yng nghwmni un o hoff gwrws garddio’r genedl – Terry Walton o BBC Radio 2, sy’n enwog am ei ddarllediadau rheolaidd o’i randir yng Nghwm Rhondda. Dysgwch fwy am ei fywyd, ei ddiddordebau a’i yrfa radio, gan gynnwys rhai o uchafbwyntiau gweithio gyda Syr Terry Wogan a Jeremy Vine. Bydd Terry yn croesawu cwestiynau gan y gynulleidfa ac yn rhannu ei wybodaeth helaeth am arddio mewn sesiwn holi ac ateb fyw i helpu garddwyr profiadol a newydd fel ei gilydd.


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Sophia Gardens

Sophia Gardens (Welsh: Gerddi Sophia) is a public park in Riverside, Cardiff, Wales, on the west bank of the River Taff.

The gardens are listed on the Cadw/ICOMOS Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in Wales.

Sophia Gardens is located close to Cardiff city centre and is adjacent to Bute Park and Pontcanna Fields. It is linked to Bute Park by the Millennium footbridge over the River Taff (1999). In addition to the Glamorgan County Cricket Ground, the park contains the Sport Wales National Centre, Brewhouse & Kitchen public house, an exhibition area and a car and coach park, and the former warden’s house.

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, CF11 9HW

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