Linton-On-Ouse Garden Club

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The club meets on the last Friday each month in Linton On Ouse Village Hall at 7:30 p.m. except in November and December when it is usually the third Friday. Guest speakers are booked for the majority of meetings and are usually speakers of good quality that provide an interesting evening. Visitors are welcome at the meeting although a very small charge is made. Annual membership of the club is a very modest £5.00 per year and worth every penny. 


Programme of Events 2008
  • 25th January 2008 -  AGM and Faith Supper
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  • 29th February 2008 - Doug. Stewart - Beverley -  Ten ways to a better garden
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  • 28th March 2008 -  Michael Myers - Summerbridge   Winter Interest - Flowers, Foliage and Bark
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  • 25th April 2008 - James Naylor - Scarcroft   How to grow roses in Yorkshire
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  • 30th May 2008 - Alistair Taylor - Green Hammerton   The evolution of perennial gardens
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  • 27th June 2008 - Jill Exley - Whitby  York Gate - The making of a garden
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  • 25th June 2008 -Trip East Riddlesden Hall & Bolton Abbey W.I. tea
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  • 25th July 2008 - B.B.Q.
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  • August  No meeting
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  • 26th September 2008  - Helen Jones -Great Ayton  -  Blossoms and Buddhas  Plant Hunting in North Bengal.
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  • 31st October 2008  - John Foxton - Castle Howard -   Apple time
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  • 21st November 2008 - Mary Spink - Swanland  -  Getting ready for Christmas
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  • 19th December 2008 - Peter Barker  - Terrington  -  The arboretum trust at Castle Howard.
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  • 30th January 2009 - AGM and Faith Supper
 
Competitions
  • March - A hard boiled egg decorated for Easter
  • May -  A small posy max 6" high
  • October - An Autumn display (leaves/fruit etc.)
  • November - A vegetable animal.
Pink and white Daisys in a vase

Archive of Previous Years Programmes
   2007 2006
Current Year's Programme

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