Meetings: 7:30 for 8:00pm
"Gardening for Wildlife"
a keen naturalist, Richard Fishbourne has dedicated a lot of time to
creating environments in his own garden as well as advising many other
gardeners how to make provision for wildlife in theirs.
As Development Manager at Wiggly WigglersRichard
provides much customer support and works toward ensuring everyone gets
the best experience possible from their Wiggly products.
advises schools and other organisations about ways of increasing
biodiversity in their grounds, gives many presentations to
horticultural/gardening clubs and country/gardening shows across the UK,
writes articles for various magazines about subjects such as natural
pest control, but as yet hasn't got around to writing a book!
"A year in My Garden"
When a cherished parent passed away, Christine Buxton suddenly had time to fill and nothing to fill it with. Instead, her beautiful but neglected garden
came to the rescue.
Originally from Lancashire, Christine Buxton has lived in the Welsh Marches county of Shropshire for seven years and has been making a garden there for six of them. She previously looked after a window-box in London and two small gardens in Cheshire. A language graduate and former computer instructor,
she has started teaching business English abroad.
Charlton Arms, Ludlow. 7.30 pm for 8.00 pm
"Perfume in the garden"
A lively lecturer & experienced nurserywoman, Sue has chaired the RHS Pinks Committee & lectured for societies many years. She is now a retired nursery owner specializing in pinks, old fashioned roses and herbaceous borders.
Everitt is a retired teacher. He trained at Wisley as an RHS
horticulturist. He is the founder of the North Somerset NCCPG.
"The Iris Year"
Former lecturer in horticulture at Manchester Poly School of Landscape & Design faculty. Now maintains an NGS garden which has been shown on TV and in gardening magazines.
Coach trip to Aberglasney
Orleton Village Fete
Visit the club stall to buy plants for the garden and vegetable plot
Entries to be staged by 8:15pm
For members and their guests only.
Supper: From 8pm - bring food to share.
August 22nd (Saturday)
29th Annual Show
list of winners
September 2nd (Wednesday) from 2:30pm
Garden Visit and Tea
and their guests are invited to Monica and Julian Todd's garden. Pleae
let a committee member know if you have not received a personal
There is a charge of £3.00. Proceeds will be divided between the Club and Megan Baker House
"Grow Your Own Fruit"
lecturer at Pershore College since 1985. National Fruit Collection
Advisory Committee member. RHS Fruit Trials sub committee.
David Austin Roses
"The Beautiful and wonderfully fragrant English Roses"
Marriott has been Technical Manager at David Austin Roses for 20
years. He designs gardens and promotes interest in roses
November 1st (Sunday)
Titley Village Hall
An Evening with Chris Beardshaw
Chris Beardshaw is The Flying Gardener and has appeared on many TV gardening shows including the Chelsea Flower Show programmes.
AGM and Supper Evening
Seed orders - Last chance to hand in your seed orders. Collection will be in January 2010.
7:30 - AGM
8:10 - Supper