Welcome to Hagley Gardeners' Club
Gardening adds years to your life and life to your years.
We are a group of very friendly people who love to share our enthusiasm for gardens and gardening. We meet on the fourth WEDNESDAY of the month at St. Saviour's Hall, Hagley 7.30 for 8.00 pm
Hagley Gardeners' Club at a Glance
The Hagley Gardeners' Club is all about sharing a love of gardens and gardening. We meet once a month to listen to interesting speakers on different aspects of gardening and to meet like-minded people to share tips on growing, planting, composting and learning how to live with those garden pests. We have visits to other gardens and arrange social events. Annual membership is £15.00 (due each March). Visitors are very welcome at all our events and are encouraged to think about becoming members.
Programme of Events for 2020
All meetings on Wednesday Evenings, 7.30 pm for 8.00 pm start
at St. Saviour's Hall, Hagley
Due to Coronavirus all meetings are cancelled and the club closed until further notice.
Programme for 2020
Annual Social. Evening meal plus speaker, Paul Wilkinson from the Canal and River Trust will give a talk about garden projects being developed by the Canal River Trust.
Bees and Bee Keeping "Busy Buzzing in our Gardens" by Nick Templer
Gardens of Paradise by Adrian James
Day time garden visit to Winterbourne Gardens, Edgbaston Birmingham.
A talk on Hagley Hall by Joe Hawkins
British Native Orchids by Dr. W.J. Wall
Supper Evening and Quiz. Arrive 7.30pm to eat at 7.45pm. Fish/chicken supper followed by light dessert and an entertaining quiz.
Tickets available from Judy Iliff 01562 883568
Tea Bags, Bras and Tights
Flower Power - Britain's plants used throughout the ages by Rosemary Winnall
No Meeting in December
Restoration of Leasowes Walled Garden by Mick and Carole Freed
AGM and a talk by Steve Ballinger on Clent Nurseries, an update on developments
Annual Social evening