Illustrated Talk on Garden Birds, 27th November

Linton and District Gardening Club

Garden Birds

An illustrated talk by Pat Crofton

Friday 27th November

Linton on Ouse Village Hall

The topic at the November meeting  is garden birds. From 7:30pm Pat Crofton will present an illustrated talk on how to look after birds in your garden.

Come and learn:

* how to identify common garden birds

* how best to feed them and keep them healthy

bird 1* how to provide nest boxes/natural habitat for breeding

Pat Crofton is a keen bird watcher and general wildlife enthusiast. She volunteers for the RSPB  and the British Trust for Ornithology

Plant Swop Evening 25th September

 

Linton and District Gardening Club invites you to the annual Plant Swop Evening at 7.30pm on the 25th September in Linton Village Hall.

Bring 3 plants from your garden (a good time to split the plants in your borders) and swop for 3 new plants.  A great way to increase the diversity in your garden.  If you do not have any plants to swop – please still come. At the end of the evening there will be an auction of the plants that are left; a chance to pick up some bargains.

The evening will end with tea and coffee and chance to catch up with friends after the summer break.

Visitors £3.  Members free.

Everyone welcome.  flower inpot

 

The Good Life

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Linton on Ouse Gardening Club

A talk on “The Good Life” by popular speaker Maureen Sutcliffe

7.30pm Friday 26th June at Linton on Ouse Village Hall

Members Free.   Visitors £3

Maureen is an excellent speaker; we expect the hall will be packed.  Come early to save seat.

Competition: A poem written by you about “the Good Life” – this will be judged and a prize awarded to the best entry on the night.

  

Creating and maintaining a garden pond

Please join us for a talk by Kevin Whincup of Carpvale Fisheries
7.30pm on the 28th March
Linton on Ouse Village Hall

A garden pond is one of the best ways of attracting wildlife into the garden. Kevin will give a practical insight into how to create and maintain a pond whatever size your garden is. Everyone welcome. Visitors £1. frog