Stratford sub Castle Garden Club

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Garden Club meetings have been suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions. To read a message from the Chairman dated September 2020 about the previous season and plans for the future  CLICK HERE...



During 2020 & 2021, Garden Club Members have contributed these articles and images to the website:


July 2021 - 'We didn't like it at all, that cold, wet month of May'.

June 2021 - 'With no space in the garden, where can these potatoes be planted?'

May 2021 "Are we going to have any lunch today?" and news of a Plant Sale on 8 May and 9 May

April 2021 - Grow lots of different things

March 2021 - Structure & Rhythm

January 2021 - Spring will come!

Christmas Message and an article about Grasses December 2020

The colour had to be ORANGE October 2020

Dorothy's Challenge September 2020

Garden Club images June 2020 

Garden Club Images July 2020


Previous details about the Garden Club:

The Garden Club meets in the Reading Room, in the village, at 7.30pm on the last Thursday of the month – September to November and January to June.


The Club is open to everyone with an interest in gardens, plants and gardening and is especially useful if you are a new gardener or have just moved into the area.


We have a good programme of speakers and visits throughout the year and new members and visitors are most welcome. Annual membership is £12 and a charge of £3 per meeting is made for visitors. Meetings are relaxed and friendly with tea/coffee and biscuits following the speaker. In Spring and Autumn, members bring in plants to sell from their own gardens.

Our programme for 2016 – 17 was a special one to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the formation of the Society. Amongst the special events was the speaker for October, Val Bourne, who writes for the Gardening pages of the Daily Telegraph. 

Photo:  Members at the 30th Anniversary Celebration Meal


Reviews of the 2019/2020 Programme can be viewed here


Reviews of the 2018/2019 Programme can be viewed here.


Chairman - Barry Goldsmith Tel: 01722 332169.