Congratulations to everybody who managed to get to our February meeting - battling with road closures and thick fog!
The talk was on Clematis, and proved to us that we can have clematis in flower right through the year. Planting and pruning were also covered in Roy Nunn's talk, which was accompanied by some beautiful photographs.
The next meeting is something special. Christine Laffargue (nee Tebbit!) is coming to tell us about the garden of the school where she works in central Paris. It was originally the vegetable garden of a convent school for young ladies.
The meeting starts at 7.30pm, at the Institute Hall, on Monday March 4th, and refreshments will be provided after the talk. Entry is only £2.00 per person. Contact Geraldine on 01787 280134 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Everybody is welcome to come along - we are very friendly, and you are under no pressure to join as a member.
Annie Robinson receives the BBA Trophy for gaining the most points across the whole show from Vegetable and Fruit Judge Peter Fisk. Chairman Roger Quince looks on.
Many more photos available from the Show page
The two Peter's at the 2016 Show
During the visit to Richmond House in Clare in June, 2016.
Our display in the Church to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday.