All regular meetings and events are cancelled until further notice due to COVID 19 however we have expanded on-line competititions and are arranging small garden visits in members’ gardens.
The monthly photo competition is highly popular with members, and we love having your entries to print in the monthly Bulletin. Here are the rules:
1) Each month, choose just ONE photo per category
2) Email your entry AS AN ATTACHMENT by the third Tuesday of the month
3) Send it with your name to [email protected] and include the competition title in the subject line of your email
Points will be given to the top 10 entries and several photos will appear in the Bulletin for that month. At our first club meeting, whoever has the most points will receive a mystery prize. All competition entries will be displayed in the Gallery and the top three places will also be displayed on this page.
October photo competition subject is ‘Top of the Plots’ .
Closing date for October competition is Tuesday 21st September
September photo competition winners
Well done to all entrants and winners of this month’s competition categories. All entries can be viewed in the Gallery and the winning first, second and third places are also displayed below:
‘Top of the Pots’
19 Jan: Zoom quiz night. Questions set by Marion. 7:30pm start.
16 Feb: ‘Southern Agricultural History’ Zoom talk by Dr Geoffrey Mead 7:30pm start. You may join Zoom from 7:15pm onwards
16 March: ‘Pubs and Breweries of Steyning’ Zoom talk by Dr Janet Pennington.You may join Zoom from 7:15pm onwards
20 April: ‘Fuchsias My Way’ Zoom talk with Derek Dexter of the British Fuchsia Society. You may join Zoom from 7:15pm onwards
18 May: ‘The Garden Jungle’ Zoom talk by Professor Dave Goulson. You may join from 7:15pm onwards
15 June: ‘Poppies – from Flanders Field to Tower of London’ Jeremy Prescott. You may join from 7:15pm onwards
20 July: Zoom quiz night. Questions set by Marion. 7:30pm start
17 August: ‘British Alstroemerias and the UK Cut Flower Industry’ Ben Cross. Meeting starts at 7:30pm and you may join from 7:15pm
21 September: ‘Birds’ Peter Lovett. 7:30pm start and you may join from 7:15pm.
The rest of the speaker programme for 2021 is currently being planned and we anticipate several talks via Zoom.