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Encouraging wildlife in your garden talk with Helen Mugridge
A flourishing veg patch, large or small. Club Zoom talk using a big screen in the
Community centre. The speaker is Sally Nex, (RHS),writer, consultant, self-sufficient allotment
Followed by cakes, tea or coffee .
The Trees of Stonehouse with John Parker, chartered environmentalist and CEO of the
Arboriculture Association. A lively talk including tips on choosing and planting trees.
Cakes tea and coffee followed by a short AGM.
Introducing Native Orchids into your Garden, by conservationist Dr Wilson Wall of Bewdley
Learn how to conserve wild orchids using your own garden.
Stall on the Green. 9.30 -11.00
Sale of plants and unwanted gardening equipment in good condition. In aid of club funds.
The Different Ages of a Garden. Afternoon guided walk around Newark Park grounds
exploring the history of this historic garden.( Some steep parts)
£9.00. and Free to N.T. members.
Car share from Stonehouse at 1.30. Meet at Newark Park car park 2.00.
Annual trip to RHS Garden Bridgwater, Salford. – All day Saturday: Coach trip. Explore the stunning new 156 acre RHS garden.
Woodchester Mansion. Guided evening visit to see Bats in the attics. 15 places only.
£9.00. Car share. Short walk to house. Access arrangements possible,(please tell us beforehand)
Visit to Bourton House Gardens. Group price £7.00. Plus nearby Sezincote Gardens (£7.50).
House not included. Car share. Arrive at 11.00 a.m, leave mid-afternoon.
Sensory Gardens with Paul Green. How to choose plants with extra interest to appeal to the senses.
Plants for sale.
Defensive Gardening at a time of Climate Change. David Cropp. Coping with downpours
Plants and books sale.
Sharing our experience: Short talks by club members on various subjects: Wormeries, Keeping an Allotment , Companion Planting, Vertical Gardening, Compost Heaps.