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We are located just off the B4319 from Pembroke to Stackpole and Bosherston.

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Welcome to Stackpole Walled Gardens

A stroll around the historic Stackpole Walled Gardens on the National Trust estate at Stackpole in Pembrokeshire offers a glimpse into a bygone age. For the past 250 years the garden has produced food for the table and that long tradition continues to this day.

The Garden is managed by the trustees of Pembrokeshire Mencap Ltd (registered charity no 1128982) and you will be able to enjoy the extensive gardens and see first hand the impressive work undertaken by Pembrokeshire adults with learning disabilities , who produce a large range of plants, fresh fruit and vegetables that you can buy in our Garden shop.

You will receive a warm welcome in our tea room, Cawdors, where you will enjoy delicious homemade and locally sourced cakes and light bites.

Upcoming Events

Garden & Shop
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Garden & Shop
10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Cafe, Garden & Shop
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cafe, Garden & Shop
11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Garden Highlights

Opening Times

Café, Garden & Shop
March to October
10am to 5pm
Open 7 days a week

Garden & Shop
November to February
10am to 4pm (3.30 Fridays)
Open 5 days a week

Admission is always free.

Helping the community

Our aims :-

  • To provide work experience and horticultural training to adults and young people with learning disabilities
  • To develop participants’ social skills in a friendly and caring environment
  • To encourage the development of self worth and a sense of achievement through participation in a recognised qualification
  • To encourage inclusivity
  • To provide good quality fresh fruit and vegetables to local residents and visitors

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Press Release: Pembrokeshire People First’s Christmas Fair is on Saturday 6th December at Clynfyw Care Farm, Abercych—do come!

‘Over the last three years we have seen from first hand how important independent advocates are,’ said Alex Martin, Clynfyw Care Farm’s Registered Manager. ‘We are so pleased to support Pembrokeshire People First by hosting their Christmas Fair again this year. This is the sixth fair and it looks likely to be the biggest and best!’

Clynfyw Care Farm provides opportunities for disabled and vulnerable people to engage in a large number of microenterprises from craft-making and apple juicing to a small-scale pig unit and refurbishing wheelchairs for rehousing in Africa. ‘The enterprises are a useful tool,’ said Alex, ‘but our main goal is to be totally person-centred, enabling people to engage in our community to their full ability. Please come along and support this event. There are Christmas presents waiting to be purchased and its a great chance to learn more about the marvellous work of Pembrokeshire People First. They are an inspiration to us all.’

‘Pembrokeshire People First is a charity that is run by and for adults with learning disabilities in Pembrokeshire, and our Christmas Fair will be no different!" said Karen Chandler, Project Coordinator. ‘There will be craft tables, demonstrations, a barby with Clynfyw sausages, exhibitions, tea and coffee and a chance to meet our team. For members, supporters and families, it's a cracking day out, and we are so grateful to the lovely people at Clynfyw for making it happen.’

The Christmas Fair runs from 10-3.30 at Clynfyw Farm, Abercych.
If you would like more information about Pembrokeshire People First call: 01437 769135. For more information about Clynfyw, call 01239841236,
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