Heyford Garden Club & Alloments meets in the Village Hall on the second Monday of every month at 8pm (except in July and August when the club organises a range of visits to other gardens and places of horticultural interest).
The club is open to anyone who lives in the village or in the surrounding area
Founded in 1991 the club has gone from strength to strength and now numbers over 60 members. We pride ourselves on being enthusiastic gardeners and allotmenteers but would never profess to be experts. We pride ourselves on extending a warm welcome whether you are new to gardening or have been tilling the soil for ages.
Club meetings begin at 8.00.pm and are usually over by 9.30.pm. We welcome a wide range of visiting speakers to our meetings who wax lyrical on an equally wide range of topics horticultural. Meetings always conclude with notably good refreshments – and they are free!
All this for just £3 annual membership (£5 per couple) and an entrance fee for each meeting of just £2.50. That has got to be exceedingly good value.
If you are interested in gardening and would like to learn more about how to grow things, come and join us on a Monday evening. Full details of what we have to offer at each meeting are always published in the village magazine “The Prattler” and on posters displayed around the village prior to each meeting.
For more information contact our Chairman, Mike Langrish on 01327 341390 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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