Visitors are welcome to attend I V Garden Club TALKS in the Ingleby Cross Village Hall at £1 pp.
April, Saturday 29th PLANT FAIR & COFFEE MORNING Ingleby Cross Village Hall from 11 am to 2 pm.
Refreshments (drinks, scones & cakes) will be provided by Ingleby Arncliffe WI. Plants for sale will be provided by members of the I V Garden Club and will include some interesting and unusual plants sourced from their own gardens.
May, Monday 15th Ingleby Cross Village Hall, 7 pm Talk by Peter Williams entitled “Wonderful Weeds”.
June, Saturday 17th Visit to RHS Garden at Harlow Carr
Club Members to meet at the entry hall at 11:30 to gain free entry as a group (normally £13.85 per adult and £6.95 per child) as a result of our affiliation to the RHS. There are free talks and demonstrations and our visit coincides with the “Creative Containers” event. More information on https://www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/harlow-carr. Shared transport by arrangement. Post code for Satnav HG3 1QB
NB The Garden Club has a RHS reduction card as part of our affiliation giving half price entry for 2 people to any of the 5 main RHS gardens.
July, Saturday 8th Annual Social Evening at Chapel Garth commencing 6:00 pm
This is our usual opportunity for all Garden Club Members to meet for a relaxed social evening over a shared supper in pleasant surroundings.
September, Monday 25th Ingleby Cross Village Hall, 7 pm Talk by Julian Davies entitled “Is there life after Peat”
Julian is Agronomist and Commercial Director at Stockbridge Technology Centre, Selby, which is an independent agricultural and horticultural centre of excellence, supported by both growers and supply sectors of the industry. He will speak about peat free options, testing products, innovations, trial results and recommendations / best buys. This should be a good follow-up to our own experience with Dalefoot peat-free compost! For more information on Stockbridge Technology Centre see www.stockbridgetechnology.co.uk.
November, Monday 6th Ingleby Cross Village Hall at 6:30 pm. AGM and Shared Supper. Club members only
Flower Power Plant Fairs
These are not part of our formal programme but they have been enjoyed by members in the past, especially at Newburgh Priory. Details can be found at: www.flowerpowerfairs.co.uk/events. Early arrival recommended to see the best on offer even if you are not planning to buy more plants - although you probably will!