Winter Programme 2019 - 2020
we meet at St Chad's church hall, Shrewsbury usually on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm except January

 November 6th - Tom The Appleman - a talk  by Tom Adams on the changes he is making to his fruit tree nursery this year in Oswestry and about the rare heritage apple varieties he has found in recent years, which include the Gypsy King, Bringewood Pippin and Round Winter Nonesuch.  A visit to the Nursery will follow in Summer 2020.
December 4th - Christmas Bring and Share + a short update from Clare Andrew about the Shrewsbury-based Lovelyland Project which SOGs has supported.
January 8th - DATE & VENUE CHANGE Please note this meeting will be held in the Fellowship Room at St Nicholas Hall, Shrewsbury United Reform Church, Coleham Head SY3 7BJ - Creating Wildflower Meadows at Cwm Weeg - Dr Wolfgang Schaefer will talk about the creation of the 24 acres of wildflower meadows at their 15th Century Cwm Weeg farmhouse near Newtown.
February 5th - Five Centuries of Women and Gardens - Richard Rallings of Mynd Hardy Plants (Delbury Hall Walled Garden) gives us a fascinating insight into the influence of women in gardening.
February 8th – Potato Day at Wattlesborough Village Hall
March 4th - No Dig Gardening Mick Poultney is the West Midlands ‘No Dig Cultivation’ expert and will tell us how it’s done with the minimum of effort!
April 1st - AGM + (if time) a short talk by Rachel Strivens about Edible Culture, the peat, pesticide and plastic free nursery and garden centre at Faversham, Kent.

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