MEMBERSHIP OPEN TO ALL
Although Kensington Gardeners' Club meets in Kensington and trips start and end there, membership is open to ALL. We are affiliated to The London Garden Society. Many of our members, past and present, have gone on to win prizes in the LGS London wide competition.
ZOOM LECTURES - Free to members and a suggested donation of £5 for guests. Payment may be made by cheque, bank transfer or via PayPal to . To participate and for more payment details please email Susan at email@example.com.
ONLINE LECTURE - Tuesday June 22nd at 2:30 Via Zoom.
Nancy Stevens will present 'Scottish Gardens' - From 17th century Renaissance parterres to a garden of cosmic speculation. From General Eisenhower's 'holiday home' to the garden where Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes acquired his extensive knowledge of poisonous plants. View an artist's garden, an author’s garden, see where Clive met Louise & Henrietta, and learn what the size of your walled garden says about your social status.
GARDEN VISIT - Wednesday July 7th
Parham House and Gardens in West Sussex – a superb Elizabethan family house with award-winning gardens. Join us on this coach trip, pre-booking necessary due to limited coach capacity. Departure time 9:30.
Call 020 7727 3897 for details.
MEMBER’S GARDEN OPENING: National Garden Scheme
Sunday July 18th and Sunday August 1st. 2:00pm to 5:30pm. Details HERE. Pre-booking not necessary. New plantings for 2021 and a special display in honour of Captain Sir Tom Moore 1920-2021.
Harvey Groffman, 57 St Quintin Avenue, W10 6NZ
GARDEN VISIT - Tuesday October 5th, 2021
BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP
VISITS to interesting gardens
TALKS by gardening experts
GARDEN COMPETITION with prizes and trophies
CLUB MEETINGS & TALKS
Club meetings and talks take place in the basement lecture theatre at Kensington Central Library, Phillimore Walk, London W8 7RX.
Doors open at 2.00pm and talks commence at 2.30pm. Club meetings are free to members. Members are welcome to bring guests at a cost of £5 per guest.
Tea and biscuits follow the meetings at modest cost. This is a good opportunity to meet fellow members and socialise.