Our first meeting of the 2019/2020 season is nearly upon us. Don’t forget it’s an early start – 7pm – to accommodate the AGM before the start of the talk. We look forward to seeing you all again!
Not long to go to the first meeting of the new season and the programme is now up for all to see. We hope you like the selection of talks we have this year – we have a few returning
Please note we will no longer be holding the Hepatica and Clematis Day on 30th March. We hope to reschedule the event next year.
Our new season of talks will be upon us soon, time flies! The full season of talks has now been updated and includes two special events: we have a celebrity talk in October with Bunny Guinness and a study day
Our publicised speaker for the March meeting, Steve Hickman, is no longer able to attend. Fortunately, the show goes on! Steve’s son, Colin, also an expert on the range of plants in the talk “Nerines, Amarines and Tulbaghias” will be attending
The very popular speaker Bob Brown is coming to give his talk “Daisy Daze” at our October meeting. As our membership level has increased in the last year and we know Bob’s talk will be of interest to many of
Well, not quite – but happy new programme year! Monday 25th September is the start of our new 2017/18 programme, seeing us through autumn, winter and into late spring. We have another great programme thanks to our Chairman and speaker secretary Heather
The new 2017/18 programme is being added to the website but summer’s not over yet! We still have two more garden visits to look forward to, see our programme here for dates and general locations. For the privacy of garden
Congratulations to our newsletter editor Marie Robson for not only winning the Best Garden category in the Stanley ‘Blooming Good Fun’ awards but also being crowned Overall Winner! We are all very pleased that Marie has been recognised for all the hard work and dedication to
Our full programme for September 2016 to May 2017 is now available. As usual, we have a diverse and interesting range of talks (including some speakers bringing plants) so look forward to seeing you all at the meetings. The small programme