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SGC’s Annual Trip – July 2022

The Stonehouse Gardening Club’s annual trip  to an RHS garden is a very special one in 2022, as RHS Bridgewater is a recently opened garden and a great horticultural achievement.

Four years in the making and a quarter of a million plants in the ground, the RHS’s fifth garden, a 154 acre site, and first urban garden finally opens its gates to the public after a year delay due to the pandemic.

The Club will travel by coach  from Stonehouse to Bridgewater and back on 9th July 2022, which is a Saturday, and it is a day-long outing from 8:00 am to early evening. The trip is for club members, but there are a limited number of seats on the coach available to the general public for a very modest fee.

These seats are available on a first come first serve basis, so get in touch soon if you are interested. The coach is a large, and very comfy one, with lots of room for plants you purchase as well (in the luggage space below the seats).

Trip details

Date: Saturday, July 9th, 2022
Transport: Coach — limited seat availability
Leaving Stonehouse: 8:00 am
Leaving Bridgewater: 4-5.00p.m. tba.

BOOK NOW
Email stonehousegardeningclub@gmail.com

Cost:
£17 (SGC members)
£20 (non-members)

Entry to the garden is free for members.

Picture Credit: Charlotte Graham.
The 154 acre site will bring world class horticulture within an hour’s reach of 8 million people.
Grand opening of BRIDGEWATER garden in Worsley, Salford, Gtr Manchester RHS / Mark Waugh.

National Garden Scheme (NGS) gardens in Gloucestershire 

Plan a trip to one of the many beautiful gardens open for charity throughout Gloucestershire.

The list of NGS gardens open in May in Gloucestershire, as well as gardens open in Gwent and Worcestershire are now available here.

For monthly garden openings, visit the National Garden Scheme page.

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Eastcombe and Bussage Gardens: Redwood