More than 60 people braved the bad weather to attend the garden event held by Penelope Bourdillon at Gilwern Barn, Beulah, which raised almost £800.
Penelope, a member of R.A.B.I’s Brecon & Radnor county committee, kindly opened her splendid gardens in a picturesque setting for people to enjoy, despite the weather.
A ‘bring and buy’ plant stall proved to be immensely popular, as did the cake stall and table-top sale. Afternoon tea was provided in the dining area and guests enjoyed live music by folk band, DiEnw.
R.A.B.I regional manager for Wales, Linda Jones, said: “We would like to thank everyone who attended, especially those who provided plants, cakes, raffle prizes and table-top items.”
Brecon & Radnor county committee chair Elaine Stephens added: “On behalf of the committee, I would like to thank Penelope, her family and friends for helping us to stage this lovely day. We raised nearly £800 which is fantastic. This money will help support farming families in Brecon & Radnor who are experiencing difficult circumstances through no fault of their own.”