Little Paxton Gardening Club
"where gardening and friendships blossom"
8 pm on Wednesday 4th October 2023
Little Paxton Village Hall (PE19 6EY)
THE SWISS GARDEN
Restoration of a Regency gem
with Corinne Price
Corrinne is currently the manager at
The Shuttleworth Trust's Swiss Gardens
Visitors are very welcome
Entrance: £1 for members, £2 for visitors per meeting,
payable at the door to include light refreshments
For further details please contact
Jane Hill (01480 218805) or Margaret Rowland (01480 383989)
Welcome to Little Paxton Gardening Club
My name is Jane Hill and I am the Chair of Little Paxton Gardening Club.
We are an established, friendly village club for people who share an interest in all types of gardening and related subjects. We hold regular meetings with talks from visiting speakers on a wide range of topics, organise visits, practical demonstrations, social events, occasional competitions and plant sales. Refreshments are served at indoor meetings.
You do not need to be an experienced or knowledgeable gardener to join us but enthusiasm helps! Membership is open to all, see below for details – you do not even need to live in the village.
Our meetings are informative, sociable and enjoyable. Guest speakers often have the added bonus of specialist plant sales with the opportunity to buy direct from the grower.
I look forward to welcoming you to a club meeting soon.
- Membership for 2023 is only £10.
- Indoor meetings are normally held at 8pm in Little Paxton Village Hall (PE19 6EY) on the first Wednesday of the month from February to May and September to November. The December meeting is the AGM and social evening for members only
- Visits are arranged to local gardens and other places of interest in the summer months (bookable in advance).
JANE HILL, Tel. 01480 218805
MARGARET ROWLAND, Tel. 01480 383989
Little Paxton Gardening Club's stall at Paxfest 2021
Little Paxton Gardening Club's outing to Glendon Hall, Kettering in August 2021
Little Paxton Gardening Club's outing to 1c Baker's Lane Garden, Tempsford in June 2021