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Monthly Meetings

 

All meetings are held at the Weatherley Centre, Biggleswade at 7.30 pm (unless otherwise stated).

There is a small attendance fee (2.00 per member and 3.00 for non-members) for each monthly meeting.

This charge includes refreshments.

 

 

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Wednesday 16th January 2019

The National Garden Scheme

Victoria Diggles

 

Victoria, from Old Warden, will tell us about the history of this scheme which raises substantial sums of money for nursing and health charities.

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MC900434617[1]

Wednesday 20th February 2019

A Bouquet of Weeds

Michael Brown

Garden historian Michael enlightens us on how

to love our weeds and also to get our own back on them at the same time.

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Wednesday 20th March 2019

A Blaze of Glory

Timothy Walker

Timothy shows us how we can have colour in our gardens right through the autumn until the first frosts.

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Wednesday 17th April 2019

Purple Paddock - Part 2

Sue Stephenson

Sue continues her story of how she created her garden in Lincolnshire.

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Wednesday 15th May 2019

Auriculas

Susi and Tom Clarke

An in-depth look at these beautiful Spring flowers.

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Wednesday 19th June 2019

Visit to Beck House

Victoria McKenna

Come and enjoy this 2 acre garden created from scratch over the last 30 years by the present owners.

MC900434627[1]

Wednesday 17th July 2019

Making the Most of Your Bulbs

John Gibson

John, a regular judge at our Spring Show, will be sharing his secrets of cultivating daffodils and other spring bulbs.

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No Meeting

MC900434631[1]

Wednesday 18th September 2019

Digging for Victory - the Wartime Garden

Twigs Way

Twigs explores the "Dig for Victory" campaign that transformed the nation's pre-war flower gardens, both large and small, into highly productive "food factories".

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Wednesday 16th October 2019

 

Funny Garden Features

Andrew Sankey

A light hearted look at the quirky and surprising features used in gardens from the Romans through to the Victorians.

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Wednesday 20th November 2018

Annual General Meeting

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No Meeting