This year we repeat our format of 3 live talks held at Stoke D’abernon church hall and 5 talks via Zoom.
For more details of each event click through the calendar to the left or on the events below. In the calendar you also have the option to add to your digital calendar as a reminder.
Our talks are open to both members and visitors, whereas visits are exclusive to members.
Visitors can book a talk by clicking through to the event above.
If the zoom talks are recorded (with the speaker’s permission), the recordings are also exclusively available to our members through our website Member’s Area. Please note that on occasion, the speaker does not permit a recording to be made.
Membership is held at £40 for 2024. JOIN HERE
Tuesday 12th March – ZOOM Jilayne Rickards, Sustainable garden design: ‘The Fauna and Flora garden’
Tuesday 9th April – LIVE Denise Quinlan, The challenges of running your own business
Wednesday 8th May – VISIT to wholesale plant nursery Hortus Loci
Wednesday 12th June – VISIT to David Harber showroom
Tuesday 9th July – LIVE Izzy Seadon, The garden apothecary: how to use herbs for healing
Wednesday 14th August – VISIT to Knepp gardens, West Sussex
Tuesday 10th September – LIVE Peter Thurman, A shout-out for shrubs (and a word on pests and diseases)
Tuesday 8th October – ZOOM Jason Ingram, Garden and landscape photography
Tuesday 12th November – ZOOM Phil Tremayne of the APL, Working with landscapers
December – LIVE Christmas Social event, to be confirmed
Tuesday, 9th January – ZOOM Helen Elks-Smith, The making of a large country garden
Tuesday 13th February – ZOOM Ben Pope, Creating movement while frozen still
Address: St Mary’s Church Hall, Parkside School Grounds, Stoke Road, Stoke d’Abernon, Surrey KT11 3PX
Parking: There is a large public car park adjacent to the hall
Follow the signs towards St Mary’s Church Hall to the left – this will take you out of the school car park (left hand turn) and over a roundabout into another small road where you will see the church
Follow the road round and St Mary’s Church Hall (a dark, timber-clad building) is on your right; there is a large car park just past the hall on the right
NB: when leaving you have to drive right through the car park to get back to the main road