Mae Ffair y Nadolig yn Anrheg

Mae Ffair y Nadolig yn Anrheg

Mae Ffair Grefftau Nadolig yr Ardd Fotaneg Genedlaethol yn debyg o fod gracyr Nadolig go iawn.

Mae’n cymryd lle yn safle syfrdanol y Tŷ Gwydr Mawr y penwythnos nesa (Rhagfyr 8&9) ac yn llond hyd at yr ymyl o grefft gwych a wnaed yn lleol.

O ddillad gwau i enamlo copr a daniwyd mewn odyn, i emwaith, llwyau caru, tedi bêrs, lluniau a phrintiau, mae rhywbeth yno i bawb.

Yn berffaith ar gyfer y berthynas neu ffrind anodd-i’w-hanrhegu, mae Ffair Grefftau’r Nadolig ar agor rhwng 10.00yb a 4.30yp ar y ddau ddiwrnod.  Mae taliadau arferol mynediad yn gymwys.

Meddai trefnydd y Ffair Grefftau, Dawn Crisp: “Mae gennym ni gymysgedd hyfryd o’r traddodiadol a’r modern gyda nifer o stondinau yn cynnig digon o ddewis i bobl o bob oedran.  Felly, dowch yma i brynu’ch anrhegion.   Pam na ddowch chi â’ch plant i weld Siôn Corn hefyd – a’i gwneud hi’n ddiwrnod hwyliog, Nadoligaidd i’r teulu”.

Am ragor o wybodaeth am y digwyddiad hwn a digwyddiadau eraill yr Ŵyl yn yr Ardd, ewch i www.gardenofwales.org.uk  neu galwch 01558 667149.

6 Responses to “Mae Ffair y Nadolig yn Anrheg”

  1. EMMA says:

    Hello,
    Will this be a free event, if not how much please?

  2. EMMA says:

    Is this a free event?

  3. Bruce says:

    Hello Emma
    You’ll have to pay normal admission prices to the Garden but it’s free once you’re here. The admission price is Adults £8.50, OAPs £7, 5-16 year olds £4.50 but under 5s get in fpr free.

  4. Karen says:

    Hi Bruce, I do think it’s a bit steep expecting people to pay £8.50 for an event when they will be expected to spend more money at. How about charging the stall holders who will be making money on the day? I would like to bring my elderly parents but £7 is also a lot to pay out of their pensions. I wonder if more people might make it to the gardens if you reduced your prices a little.

  5. Bruce says:

    Hi Karen. I understand what you are saying. However, we are a charity that has to generate income from admission to survive. We put on events such as the gift fair as an added bonus for our visitors, whose admission fee allows them to come and enjoy all of our permanent attractions, such as the Great Glasshouse, lakeside walks, Tropical House, ghost forest, artworks and exhibitions, which are as magical in winter as they are in summer. We do make an exception to this rule in January though. Most days will be free entry apart from special event weekends when will be charging a £2 entrance fee. I hope this helps.

  6. Karen says:

    Thank you Bruce for taking the time to reply and to explain about your charity status. This has given me a different perspective and I can now include the gardens in my giving to charity list. I look forward to enjoying the gardens next weekend and will also make the most of the reduced entry in January.
    Season’s Greetings!

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