Sedgemoor Gardens Club are having their 3rd Daffodil Festival Sat 23rd March 2019 @ 2.30-4.30pm Long Sutton Village Hall
As well as a great spring flower display, there will tea 'n cake, a raffle and a plant stall.... did we mention cake....
Sedgemoor Gardens Club is a club for all those in the Langport area who are interested in growing plants and gardening. During the autumn/winter months (September — April) they meet once a month, on the second Tuesday, in All Saints Hall in Langport. They have a speaker every month (except in December when we have our Christmas buffet party and quiz) and they usually start talking about 7.40 pm. There are monthly competitions, regular seed swops and plant sales. After the talk there is time for a further chat over tea/coffee and biscuits and often a chance to buy plants from the speaker.
March brings the Spring Daffodil Festival in Long Sutton Village Hall. This is always a feast for the eyes, with the hall full of beautiful daffodils, tulips and sweet smelling hyacinths, as well as cakes and preserves.
In May the club holds a discount evening at Brimsmore Garden Centre, with 25% off everything.
The cost of a year's single membership, payable in September, is £15, (£25 per couple). Non-members/visitors — £3 entrance fee.
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