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By Haddenham Webteam - 20th October 2022 8:00pm
The Horticultural Society's talk on 26th October will feature Mary Miller who will present Part 2 of her very enjoyable talk, taking us "Around the World in Plants". As usual the talk will be held in the Walter Rose Room, Haddenham Village Hall, starting at 8.00pm, and is open to non-members as well as members. Admission is free, but voluntary contributions towards the room hire costs, etc. are welcomed.
Future Schedule of Meetings
As usual The Haddenham Horticulatural Society is planning a full programme of evening talks for members and friends over the coming year.
Gayton Jordan reports: " With our wide range of topics, we hope that there will be something of interest to everyone. Please check posters in the usual locations around the village and elsewhere for details in case of any last-minute changes, or make sure that I have your current email address. All talks are held in the Walter Rose Room, Haddenham Village Hall, start at 20.00 and are open to non-members as well as members. Admission is free, but voluntary contributions towards the room hire costs, etc. are welcomed."
25th January 2023: Colin Roberts will guide us through "A Year in the Gardens at Adwell House".
22nd February 2023: Craig Papworth will entertain us to an evening of "The Natural World Reflected Through Song".
29th March 2023: Val Truby will give us a talk and demonstration all about "Spring Flower Arrangements".
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