There’s a treat in store for mum on Sunday March 26 with FREE entry to a special ‘pamper day’ at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.

 

There is an impressive line-up of beauticians, make-up experts and local food and drink producers offering a tempting range of tasters including a free glass of elderflower champagne, facials, skin care advice, manicures, pedicures – and all free of charge for mam!

 

Every mum is also promised tasty titbits and sumptuous samples from a range of stallholders – from Welsh cakes, shortbread biscuits, Carmarthenshire cheese and sheep soap, as part of their Mothers’ Day visit.

 

Organiser Steffan John said: “As well as free entry on the day to this gorgeous Garden, mums are in for a real treat with all sorts of people offering all kinds of goodies including a free glass of champagne!”

 

“We also have some lovely music to suit all tastes, including our favourite harpist Shelley Fairplay, two ladies’ choirs and folk duo Fiddlebox. In addition, there’s fun and games and magic and mystery with conjurer Luke Jugglestruck dropping by, an opportunity to have a go at archery and special flying displays by Pembrokeshire Falconry.”

 

Steffan added: “So, why not treat mam or mam-gu to a great day out including lunch in our award-winning Seasons restaurant – it’s going to be a brilliant day and, let’s face it, it’s the least you can do!”

 

* The National Botanic Garden is open from 10am until 4.30pm, with last entry at 3.30pm. Admission to the Garden is £9.75 (including Gift Aid donation) but FREE to all mums on Sunday March 26.

 

* For more information about this or other events, call 01558 667149, email info@gardenofwales.org.uk  or go to https://botanicgarden.wales/

 

 

 

Maldodi Mam

 

Bydd yna wledd i Fam ar Ddydd Sul Mawrth 26ain gyda mynediad AM DDIM iddi ar ddiwrnod arbennig  o faldodi, yng Ngardd Fotaneg Genedlaethol Cymru.

 

Mae yna restr cyffrous o harddwyr, arbenigwyr ar golur a chynhyrchwyr fwyd a chrefft yn cynnig amrywiaeth o flaswyr blasus yn cynnwys gwydryn o siampaen blodau’r ysgaw am ddim, triniaeth i’r gwyneb, cymorth gofal croen, triniaeth dwylo a thraed – ac i gyd am ddim i fam!

 

Caiff pob mam eu haddo tameidiau blasus a samplau godidog gan amrywiaeth o stondinwyr – o Bice ar y Maen, bisgedi teisen Berffro, caws Sir Gaerfyrddin a sebon defaid, fel rhan o’u hymweliad ar Sul y Mamau.

 

Meddai’r trefnydd, Steffan John:  “Ynghyd â chael mynediad am ddim i’r Ardd hyfryd hon, bydd mamau’n cael eu maldodi gan bob math o bobl yn cynnig amrywiaeth helaeth o bethau hyfryd iddynt, gan gynnwys gwydryn o siampaen am ddim!” 

 

“Mae hefyd gennym gerddoriaeth hyfryd ymlaen at bob dant, gan gynnwys y delynores Shelley Fairplay a’r deuawd gwerin Fiddlebox.  Yn ychwanegol, bydd yna hwyl, sbri, hud a rhyfeddodau gan Luke Jugglestruck, cyfle i roi cynnig ar saethyddiaeth ac arddangosfeydd hedfan arbennig gan Hebogyddiaeth Sir Benfro.”

 

Ychwanegodd Steffan:  “Felly, pam na rowch chi ddiwrnod allan arbennig iddi, gan gynnwys cinio ym Mwyty Tymhorau’r Ardd – bydd hi’n ddiwrnod i’w gofio – a’r peth lleiaf allwch chi’i wneud ar ei chyfer!”

 

*Mae Gardd Fotaneg Genedlaethol Cymru ar agor rhwng 10yb hyd at 4.30yp, gyda’r mynediad diwethaf am 3.30yp. Y tâl mynediad yw £9.75 (gan gynnwys Cymorth Rhodd) ond yn RHAD AC AM DDIM i famau ar Ddydd Sul, Mawrth 26.

 

*Am fwy o wybodaeth am hwn a digwyddiadau eraill, ffoniwch 01558 667149, e-bostiwch info@gardenofwales.org.uk, neu ewch I https://garddfotaneg.cymru/

 

 


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