Plas Cadnant - Heartbreak on Anglesey
by Wil from Anglesey Hidden Gem
Glorious Plas Cadnant Hidden Garden
Dear Gentle Reader
Anthony Tavernor is one of Anglesey's best ever welcome guests and like thousands of people from Anglesey, the United Kingdom and foreign climes, I am today heartbroken over the news that the most recent storm has ahead an appalling impact on Anthony's and his partner and friends' most wonderful gift to us: Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens.
On the BBC interview over the weekend it was difficult to watch Anthony's distress and upset over the damage a flash flood caused to the garden and Dingle, as I call it.
During one of the most trying periods of my recent life I was able to find peace and recharge my heart by merely sitting overlooking the Cadnant valley and sending out my sight and hearing.
Anthony would greet and speak with as many visitors to Plas Cadnant Hidden Garden as he could and people were always delighted at the attention he gave to them and their questions and words of appreciation for all the work they have carried out.
The wound to the garden has been substantial as it has been to Anthony's heart however I have absolutely no doubt that the wound to his heart will heal quickly and he will once again work to sort things out.
We must all show our support to this wonderful team and glorious garden.
Dear Anthony I send you my very best wishes and remember that the journey of a thousand miles starts with but a step, followed by another.
Please feel embraced by the wishes of all your friends, known, unknown and unsuspected.