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We meet at the Riverside Elim Church. Just down from the Farm Shop on Dog Lane. Our Meetings are normally the 3rd Monday of the month.  Doors open at 7:00pm for 7:30pm start.
£2 entrance fee for members, £3 for non- members.

Joining us is Easy, just come along to one of our meetings, see “what’s on”
for details and join  -  just £5 for the year.
OR apply for membership HERE

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Bewdley and District Horticultural Society is a friendly gardening society with 140 enthusiastic members that welcomes everyone regardless of their experience, whether you have a garden or not!
 Our aim is to enjoy our gardening.  We meet every month for informative talks, quizzes and general gardening chat over coffee & tea. We also visit gardens and once a year our Annual Show provides inspiration and an opportunity for our members to showcase their expertise.  

Annual Show flowers

Garden trip detail

Shirley,Jan & Meg
committee members

Annual Show detail

* Discount seeds and other items now available at Cooks. Take your membership card to Cooks garden centre Stourport to receive the discount on full price items.  OR just ask one of the committee for details.

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*Our Main Event, the Annual Show, will be held  in St. Georges Hall on Saturday 18th August. As usual the event will be a great success.  Last year some of the displays were spectacular. Please go to the Annual Show page   for photos of last year’s  entries and winners.  


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full details

The Show events schedule is now available to view please go to the
 Annual Show page    and click on events schedule to see it.



We held our Mini Autumn Show – on Monday, 19th March 2018.

This was held after a very full and interesting talk by Philip Aubury on growing veg and fruit in small confined spaces using pots or greenhouse or raised beds. He gave the Club many useful tips eg how to use last year’s compost, varieties that work in a small area, best pot size etc.

After his talk Philip judged the Spring Show entries.                                                                                 

 

                                                                               


 



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Annual Show vegetable basket

*Our next meeting will be held at the Riverside Elim Church.
Just down from the Farm Shop on Dog Lane  on
Monday 16th April
Carol Smith  talk to us about  “ How to create a Low Maintenance Garden”
 now that’s something we would all like!


How to create a Low Maintenance Garden