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Ringwood Garden Club

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Ringwood & District community association Garden Club

Affiliated to RHS & HFHS.  We are also a Greyfriars Club.

Illustrated talks on a variety of  garden Topics in Greyfriars Hall at 7.30pm (unless otherwise stated) on 1st & 3rd, (sometimes 3rd & 5th) Thursday of each month throughout mid September to late April.  Summer programme of visits to members’ gardens and coach trips to national garden attractions though May – September.

Membership fee £10.00 per season.

For further information Email rgcringwood@gmail.com   or phone 01425 478178 /  01202 574875

We look forward to welcoming you either as a visitor or new member. We are a friendly Club for all who have an interest in gardens and gardening ( a garden isn’t necessary!).   

New members (£10.00 per season) are always welcome as are visitors who may attend up to 3 meetings per season without becoming members ( £3.00 per meeting – if you join during a meeting  the visitor fee will be refunded for that meeting).

Anyone wishing to join the club during the summer session, will, on payment of current dues, be enrolled and will have been deemed to have paid subscription for the following year.

Note, club members must be members of the Ringwood and District Community Association (Greyfriars ) whose subscriptions  become due at the start of the new session in September,

Whilst most of our meetings are fully illustrated, the odd one may be a practical demonstration with supporting props. Meetings normally start at 7.30 pm in the Greyfriars Hall, Ringwood Community Association Centre, Christchurch Road, Ringwood. though plant auctions/AGM and enrollment nights start at the earlier times of 7.00 or 7.15 pm as noted on the programme.

The twice yearly plant auctions (free to visitors!) are fun and are a really cost effective way of stocking a new or re-modeled garden. Plants come from a variety of different locations and soil types around Ringwood and relevant planting care advise is always available from one of the many knowledgeable  Club members.

A summer programme is issued towards the end of the winter programme and includes members gardens open for fellow members only with teas and (often) homemade cakes available.

A Couple of coach trips to various gardens/horticultural attractions are also usually arranged and spare seats are offered for sale to non-members/visitors, so keep  yours eyes peeled for notices of these..

Coach outings have 3 pick up points: 1, St. Ives A31 bus stop (either E or W according to destination) 2. Mansfield Road Ringwood.  3. Moortown Lane, Crow.



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