Thursday 16th April
During our visit to the National Trust property of Tredegar House near Newport we will have an opportunity to look round the three formal gardens, the Orchard Garden, Cedar Garden and Orangery Garden, each with their own distinctive characters, visit the House and enjoy a guided tour during which we will hear about the Morgan family who have been an important part of the Newport community for more than 500 years.
There will be time for lunch before travelling to Pant to board the Brecon Mountain Railway at 2.30pm for scenic trip up to Torpantau high in the Brecon National Park. On the return journey the train will stop for about 30 minutes at Pontsticill were it will be possible to have a cup of tea in the cafe overlooking the Taf Fechan Reservoir before returning to Pant where we will be picked up for the return journey to Bradford in Avon
Departure. The coach will leave BOA Station Car Park at 8.45am and the return trip will start at 4.30pm. We should be back in Bradford by about 6.30pm
Cost to include coach, guided tour of Tredegar House and trip on the Brecon Mountain Railway £37
There is an additional charge of £8.80 (payable on the day) for entry to Tredegar House for those who are not members of the National Trust
If you are a National Trust member please remember to bring your membership card with you or you will be charged the group entrance fee,