|Convenor: Jane Cudlipp|
|Date: 2nd Thursday of the month|
|Time: 2pm to 4pm|
|No Waiting List and Guests Welcome|
|Venue: Blyburgate Hall, Blyburgate, Beccles, NR34 9FT|
|Admission £2.00 (members and guests) to cover the hire of the hall, speakers and refreshments|
Gardening Group meetings have been suspended because of Covid-19 restrictions.
However, we are maintaining contact with everyone via regular email messages and welcome new members who will be added to our distribution list.
Contact the Convenor for further information by clicking on the 'Bird'- see symbol at the bottom of this page.
WELCOME TO THE GARDENING GROUP
The monthly Gardening Group meetings, which are held on the second Thursday of each month, are informal, friendly and fun. The content varies from illustrated presentations by recognised experts in the field of horticulture, and beyond, as well as lively discussions within the group.
Members are encouraged to participate by sharing their gardening experience with each other and to create their own decorative wreath at Christmas.
As many of us find it very difficult to throw away healthy plants, our solution is to hold an annual plant fair when we bring along our surplus stock to share with others.
Guests are always very welcome at the Gardening Group meetings.
The Gardening Group Team,
Jane Cudlipp, Mary Shaheen and Lynda Ayres
Note: Guests: (i.e. those who are not Beccles U3A members) are very welcome to come along, however we ask you to join Beccles U3A after attending two meetings.
Please note that we kindly request that all attendees, Beccles U3A members and guests, pay the entrance fee to enable us to maintain the high quality of speakers, hall hire and refreshments.
Please note: all Gardening Group meetings are cancelled because of Covid-19 restrictions
We will miss you... keep yourselves safe
and don’t forget to wash your hands....
one other thing, a lot of us are over 70 and facing
long periods of isolation, so try to stay in touch
with each other, a cheery email or telephone call
can act like a tonic, and, an offer of help or visit,
if appropriate, would be a great kindness....
we are all in this together so let’s pull together.
This comes with our very best wishes for your
continued good health and sanity in these stressful times.
The Gardening Group Team
Jane, Mary and Lynda