Dyffryn Gardens in the Vale of Glamorgan is part of the National Trust. However, it’s not like your average National Trust place, but instead a work in progress. Over the years, it’s had many uses. From a family home to a training centre and now it belongs to the National Trusts. The Vale of Glamorgan Council have spent £1m on a new roof and stonework and a further £1.3m with grants from Heritage Lottery buy accutane in canada Fund and Cadw to reinstate five feature rooms.
Today, we had the pleasure of visiting Dyffryn Gardens with our five year old twins. Before I go into more information about our visit, I thought I’d tell you a little bit more about the National Trust. They offer four types of membership: Individual, Joint, Family and Lifetime. If you’re thinking about getting a membership, it’s always worth checking online to see what offers are available.TO READ THE FULL POST CLICK HERE