Registered Charity No. 2226802 Founded 1900
Patron: Alan Titchmarsh MBE, VMH, DL
General Secretary: Carole Tate
Hello and welcome to our website
FOLLOWING RECEIPT OF ALL ENTRIES FOR THE NSPS VIRTUAL SHOW,
WHICH CLOSED AT MIDNIGHT, FRIDAY 31 JULY 2020
JUDGING IS NOW WELL UNDER WAY
AND IT IS HOPED TO PUBLISH RESULTS MID-WEEK
WATCH THIS SPACE (Sunday 2 August)
If you want to find out more about Sweet Peas and Lathyrus Species, this is the right place for it. The National Sweet Pea Society is the premier charity dedicated to these wonderful flowers. You will find lots about our history, achievements, events, hints and inspiration for growing Sweet Peas and Lathyrus Species, in fact, a complete overview of our purpose and activities. You will also find information on membership and our shop.
During the current difficult times during lockdown, due to COVID-19, we hope you and your families stay safe and well.
The Society are still able welcome new members to join the Society, and will be delighted to send out your Membership pack.
It is with regret that the National Sweet Pea Society Exhibitions, which were to be held both at Stewarts Gardenlands, Christchurch on the 1st and 2nd July and the RHS Harlow Carr, Harrogate, to be held on the 11th and 12th July have been cancelled for this year, but a"Virtual Shjow" is to be held..
All the RHS shows, where we have a Society Stand have been cancelled up to the end of July and also many local shows we were due to attend and events we were holding.
However we are now able to announce that agreement has been reached to hold a "Virtual Show". Entries have now closed and results will be published in August.
Enquiries about Membership should be made to our Membership Secretary, Julia Beardmore,
email: email@example.com and for other matters to our General Secretary, Carole Tate email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you want to grow better Sweet Peas you should consider joining the National Sweet Pea Society. Here are some of the benefits of becoming a member: You will receive, free, all the Society’s annual publications and you will be able to turn to experts for helpful advice and a ready response to your queries.
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