SEAFORD HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

Our Next meeting is on Tuesday 25th June 2024 with refreshments served from 6.45pm


Dr Janet Pennington will tell the story of Chanctonbury Ring “A Sussex Landmark.”

She will reveal the history of the area, a murder on the hill, the various tree species and its place over the years in numerous  writings and poetry.


This promises to be a fascinating evening to increase our knowledge and appreciation of this well known part of West Sussex.


Tickets at £4 each are available from Jan Williams or pay on arrival.


We look forward to seeing as many members as are able to be there.


There will also be a fun competition for “5 Sweetpeas” or “3 Roses” or a “Single Rose in your own Vase

Our meetings are held at St Lukes Church, Walmer Road, Seaford

Please be considerate of residents when parking in the area.

Happy gardening, best wishes,

Sara

Plant Heritage is a national charity dedicated to ensuring that the cultivated plants we grow now will be available to future generations for cultural, medical, culinary and aesthetic use. They do this through the National Plant Collection scheme, Plant Guardians and local group networks. The Sussex Group are passionate about plants and support the 24 National Plant Collections in Sussex, including the group's own dispersed collection of Narcissus cultivars introduced by Noel Burr.

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