Abergele Garden Society

Cymdeithas Arddio Abergele

The next meeting of the Abergele Garden Society will take place on Monday 12th February 2019 after the Society takes a short break over Christmas.

For our first talk of 2019, the Society will welcome back Mike Blackburn, who will be presenting the second part of his talk on the Conwy, this time focussing on the river as it flows from Betws-y-Coed down to Llandudno.   The first part of the talk in November was very well attended, and was both interesting and highly entertaining.  With a wealth of knowledge and a vast selection of pictures, the second part of the talk is sure to be a very enjoyable way to start the new gardening year with the Society, and members and visitors are all encouraged to come along.    

Mike is a regular presenter at groups and garden societies across north Wales, and talks on a wealth of subjects including gardens, the mountains and rivers of North Wales, landscape photography and general and Welsh history.

 

In the meantime, the Committee would like to take this opportunity to wish all its members and visitors to the meetings a very Merry Christmas and best wishes for a Happy Gardening New Year in 2019 !

  

All of the Society’s meetings take place at Mynydd Seion Meeting Room, Llanfair Road, Abergele LL22 7AW, and new and existing members and visitors are always welcome, so please come and join us.   For full details of the interesting programme of speakers that we have arranged for this year, please see our Calendar of Events page.  If you have any questions about our meetings or the Society in general, contact Wendy Price, secretary, via the website link (www.abergele gardensociety.org.uk)  

         

 

We meet the second Monday of every month (except December and January) in Mynydd Seion Chapel Rooms, Llanfair Road, Abergele, LL22 7AW. Annual membership is £10 single, £15 for a couple, payable in April. We are affiliated to the Royal Horticultural Society which bestows a number of benefits on our members.

The Abergele Garden Society would like to thank Slaters of Colwyn Bay and Prys Jones & Booth for all their help and support throughout the years.