On Thursday the 4th of March, Country House Rescue featured Plas Teg in
the first episode of their series on country houses. Presenter Ruth Watson
meets owner Cornelia Bayley and in a bid to assist Cornelia with her Plas
Teg financial burden,
Ruth is keen to turn the grounds into a location manager's dream by offering
out space for film and photo shoots.
With a little help from some Plas Teg friends they also host the house's
first ever reception - inviting over 50 influential locals, politicians
and civic leaders in a bid to attract new volunteers and raise the profile.
To see the full episode check out 'Plas
Teg - Country House Rescue'
The formation of the 'Friends of
June 2009 -
Visitors to Plas Teg will see a considerable amount of improvements to
the interior and exterior of this wonderful Jacobean manor house. One
of the two stone built gazebos in front of the building has been fully
restored to its original 17th century style, and the other is in the process
of being restored (completion should be in the next couple of weeks).
The owner, Cornelia Bayley is continually striving to re-establish the
gardens to Plas Teg. The gardens are at their optimum at this time of
year. A gentle stroll to the rear of the building will illustrate her
hard work, and it is visible for all to see, the house enhanced by the
beautiful Welsh hillside.
The 'Most Haunted' team including Yvette Fielding,
Brian Shepherd and Karl Beattie paid a visit to Plas Teg, where they
investigated the paranormal activity within the house. This was televised
live and shown on the Living Channel. This is repeated regularly on the
same channel around Halloween time, but can also be seen on
www.youtube.com (type in: Most Haunted at Plas Teg)
'Girls Aloud' (Cheryl, Sarah, Kimberley and Nicola) pay a
visit to Plas Teg along with Yvette Fielding's team at Most Haunted. Check
out www.youtube.com (type in: Girls Aloud at Plas Teg) for full