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Weston Village (Bath) Gardening Club

Programme of talks and events

Doors open at 7:00pm and our talks start at 7:30 pm. You can access and download a copy of the programme by clicking here

  • 31 May 2024

    Garden visit, Kelston

  • 9 June 2024

    Holiday in the Lake District for 5 nights

    You can find the itinerary here

  • 18 July 2024

    Self-drive visit to Rococo Gardens, Painswick

    Booking form here

  • 18 August 2024

    Trip to RHS Rosemoor Flower Show

    Booking form here

  • 7 September 2024

    Weston Village Flower Show

  • 12 September 2024

    "Dr Ward's case and other bright ideas that changed gardening" - Abigail Willis

    A talk exploring some of the innovations and ideas that have transformed our gardens over the centuries and which still inform the way we garden in them today. This talk is inspired by my previous book The Remarkable Case of Dr Ward & other Amazing Gardening Innovations. You’ll never look at a pair of secateurs in the same way again!

     

    followed by AGM

  • 10 October 2024

    "Bordering on the insanity" - Timothy Walker

    Timothy Walker is a Lecturer, botanist, gardener and author. This talk looks exclusively at the herbaceous border in his Wife’s previous garden. The border was created over 25-years and the talk covers the principles and practicalities that...

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  • 14 November 2024

    "Crayfish on the lawn" - Joff Elphick

    ... and other gardening stories. Plants, people and natural history.

  • 9 January 2025

    "Landscapes of Vietnam and Cambodia" - Nathalie Mignotte

  • 13 February 2025

    "The winter garden" - Jane Moore

    How to make the most of your garden in winter. Creating a striking garden during the winter months takes careful planning and plant choice. I’ll show you how to make the most of your garden in the autumn and winter and why it’s worth making the effort:

    • Design and structure ideas
    • Best plants for autumn and winter interest
    • Planting partners and combinations
  • 13 March 2025

    "The garden above the estuary" - Adam Alexander

    From a neglected field in 2014 to a highly productive fruit and vegetable garden, my plot, overlooking the Severn Estuary is an arc for growing nearly five hundred varieties of rare, endangered, delicious heritage and heirloom varieties from around t...

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