FAQ -PRACTICAL INFORMATION
FAQ -PRACTICAL INFORMATION
Where is Eve's Garden?
Eve’s Garden is alongside Dyfed Permaculture Farm Trust on a beautiful wooded hillside four miles from
market town Newcastle Emlyn in Carmarthenshire, West Wales.
Nearest train station Carmarthen 14 miles away.
You may want to visit Eve’s garden in quiet solitude and retreat
perhaps you would like to visit Eve’s Garden and also join in helping on the farm?
What's the farm like?
There are wildflower meadows, mature hedgerows and woodland- a haven for a diverse ecosystem of flora and fauna. The Trust has compost toilets, community allotments, wind and solar energy, a turf roofed roundhouse, a barn kitchen and camping in wildflower meadows.
What does a visit to Eve's Garden consist of?
You will arrive at the entrance to the farm and walk down. There will be signs and a map.
Pamela will greet you when you arrive at Pilgrim's Arrival at the agreed time.
This is your own personal mythological journey around Eve’s Garden. It is not a training, nor a course, nor a therapy session - you will be responsible for and self-contained in your own process.
There will be a guidebook/reflective journal to take home. A towel by the pool, matches and kindling by the fire pit,
apple juice to drink from the wedding chalice, and a decanter of fresh spring water are all provided.
There will be a personal check in with you for a few minutes half way round your journey.
Extra Garden Guidance and support ?
If you would like a professional one to one session (or small group facilitator) to support your process…
here’s what is available-
Session with Pamela Gaunt (who is a UKCP registered psychotherapist) £ 45 per hour -see 'About Eve' for more information.
Local therapists /healers may be also available for Reiki, Tarot, massage, acupuncture etc. with prior booking.
How do I make a booking to visit Eve’s Garden?
Visits are by strictly by appointment only – we need to be available to meet and greet you!
Please go to our contact page to enquire availability/date/time etc.
How long will a visit to Eve’s Garden take?
Allow two or three hours for your journey around the garden. You might want to bring a picnic to eat before or afterwards ...
What accommodation is available?
You can stay overnight camping at the Trust.
Sometimes we can offer reasonably priced bed and breakfast
in a lovely double bedded balcony bedroom overlooking the Garden.
Enquire on our contact page to see whats suits you best
How much does it cost?
Use of Eve's Garden is by donation only.
We suggest anything from £5 up to £55 (depending on your financial situation) Less or more is very welcome!
Your donation will go towards your ‘Eve’s Garden Guide Book’ (which is yours to take away) and refreshing drinks on the journey. The rest will contribute to the maintenance and further development of the garden.
Eve’s Garden is not suitable for entertaining small children nor for exercising dogs. They would probably get bored, hungry, etc. and take attention from your personal journey!
If you have a young child or a dog then you are advised to either leave them at home- or have a childminder or dog walker with you to entertain them on the farm.
‘'Welcome Eve’s Garden which has evolved from a heart of love to become a place of love . May many be blessed’'