* Restoration work is to be carried out in the Dell
to the bog garden and ram pump building.
The home of the Ladies of Llangollen is inviting people to help with research into an exciting restoration project it is undertaking in the coming months.
Plas Newydd, which can trace its roots back to the 18th century, is continuing to enhance its visitor experience.
The scheme will include carrying out a programme of restoration work in the Dell to reinstate the bog garden and ram pump building.
Site manager Paul Evans explained how Plas Newydd is working with the Our Picturesque Landscape team who have been funded through the National Lottery Heritage Fund to deliver on a five-year restoration and interpretation project across the Dee valley.
And he says the involvement of the public can play a key part in the success of an important part of the project.
“So many people in Llangollen, and further afield, have stories to tell about our beautiful house and its grounds from different periods in history. We would love to hear from them,” said Paul.
“It would be wonderful to know what details are out there in the community about Plas. The contribution provided by the public could make a major input to the research needed for the project.”
Plas Newydd is a popular destination for tourists from across Britain and attracts visitors from all across the world.
But Paul stressed the house and its grounds also take great pride in providing an oasis of calm and beauty for residents in Llangollen who have enjoyed its tranquil setting for generations.
* If anyone has information about Plas Newydd’s history and specifically the ram building that they would like to share with the museum, they can get in contact by telephoning 01978 862834 or email email@example.com