South Marston Gardening Club

This small, friendly Club meets every 1st Monday in the month in South Marston Village Hall from 7:30pm to 9:30pm unless otherwise stated.

Our numbers are diminishing and to keep this Club going the Gardening Club urgently needs more members. This Club has been running for over 50 years and one of the founder members of the Club was Bill Smith (Rita’s husband who still lives in the Village). It’s suitable for all ages and all experiences with regards to plants, flowers and vegetables. You don’t have to be green-fingered, you just need an interest in things that grow so come and join like-minded people.

Annual Membership is just £12, or as a Visitor for events that particularly interest you just £3 on the door. There’s always a cup of tea or coffee with homemade cake on offer.

A warm welcome awaits you!

Monday 4 March 2020

AGM – Followed by:

Speaker: Tony Clear

Talk: “Cottage Gardening” for today’s gardens, with emphasis on late colour.

Tony trained in landscape gardening and nursery work in Surrey and has been involved in all aspects of horticulture for over 40 years. After moving to Worcester he took up a position as Assistant Gardener at Spetchley Park Gardens where he stayed for 17 years. He has been employed as Head Gardener at Brook Cottage Gardens in Oxfordshire for the past 20 years. He is now self-employed since the closure of Brook Cottage gardens.

Held: South Marston Village Hall

Time: 7:15pm for a 7:30pm start – 9:30pm (finish)

Cost: £3 entry fee on the door as a visitor or join the Gardening Club for £12 (annual membership).

Parking: Old Vicarage Lane, next to the school.

More information: visit the website:, find us on Facebook or call Angela on 07789068340