At the Glowing Cemetery event 10 December at West Norwood Cemetery, we’ve once again been invited to run free workshops. (Thank you, Kim Hart!) You’ll create a mini Christmas wreath on a 6″ base with fresh evergreen foliage, bedecked with ribbon bows and seasonal trimmings. All materials for making the wreath will be provided. You can hang your finished wreath from your door, in a window or use as a table decoration. Bring along a friend or two and have a great time learning how…Continue Reading “Make a Christmas Wreath”
Lambeth Horticultural Society is looking for a new Chair After many years of involvement at every level, our Chairman announced his intention to step down at our Spring AGM. Tony Pizzoferro has done a magnificent job leading this much-loved Society for many years. We are now looking for a new Chair to help a long-established and financially solvent organisation to meet the challenges and take advantage of the changing times and landscape. We are transitioning from a Club to a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO –…Continue Reading “A New Chair”
Please contact us with your questions or application What Webmaster Support Why Mentor our Webmaster (WordPress) to implement additional functions: theme migration, membership widget Where Local to West Norwood How Long 2 hours + Your Commitment Will sign confidentiality agreement, highly experienced in WordPress, teaching skills, appreciate budgetary & other restrictions of very small charity, Our Commitment To work with you to make the project as successful as possible, and to acknowledge help given in marketing/publicity materials if required What Social Media Helpmate Why Our…Continue Reading “Current Volunteering Vacancies”
Our latest newsletter can be downloaded here. Read up on three Talks, if you missed them earlier in the year, and our annual prize winners.
Colin Jones on “Round Britain Wiz” As a speaker aboard cruise ships Colin has been lucky enough to sail nine times around the British Isles. In this talk he will show some of his favourite ports of call from the Isles of Scilly in the south to the Faroes in the north. Being a garden nut he is always on the lookout for interesting gardens en route which of course he will feature in his talk. Do join us for our final Talk of 2023….Continue Reading “Wednesday 22 November: free Talk”
Sheila Gijsen writes, I hope to give you a few ideas for plants which can fill that difficult shady area, but are also interesting and surprisingly colourful. A bonus is that none of the plants I mention need staking! I’ve lived in my ground floor 1970 ex council flat for thirty years. The garden is tiny and nearly square – 18 by 20 feet. It is two thirds soil -mainly on the shady side. The rest is basic patio paving, and I’ve covered that part…Continue Reading “Shade gardening in a tiny garden”