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2021 Events

Listed below are events that ar currently scheduled to take place in 2021 which will have sweet pea and NSPS connections. Once again this year we invite you to include them in your leisure activities by making them a “day out”. Sadly all live events in 2020 were cancelled.  It is hoped that we will be able to return to live events in 2021.

2019 events were all interesting and successful and I am sure you will enjoy them in future. They are often more enjoyable when you participate in them. If you are a member your help and assistance is always welcome. If you feel you would like to be involved, please contact me and I will give you the details tomatherton1940@hotmail.co.uk 07887928777

We often require support on the day/days before the events and also at the closure. These events are our Society’s shop window to the public and we often enrol new members at them. If you already a member please support our Society by helping, or at least visiting some of them. Non-members are welcome to visit all events.

You will enjoy it!

 

Dates for your 2021 Diary

 

 

 

 

 

Thurs 19 – Sun 22 Aug                     Southport Flower Show                                CANCELLED                                                                                                                                                                 Open Classes

                                        Display & Bureau

 

Sat 28 Aug                                         Poynton Show                                                CANCELLED                                                                                                                                                                  Open Classes

                                          Display & Bureau

 

Sunday 17 October                           Chiltern Sweet Pea Society                            Planned

                                                          AGM/Autumn Meeting                                   Speaker - Roger Parsons

                                                           Lacey Green Bu

 

 

AFFILIATED SOCIETY SHOW ADVERTS – 2021

 

These dates were planned, still displayed for reference.

 

19 June – Chipperfield Horticultural Society

Show held at Chipperfield Village Hall. Staging from 8.00am – 10.30am. Show open to public 2.30pm – 4.00pm. Email chipperfieldhortsoc@hotmail.com Classes: 3 vases, distinct cultivars, 7 sprays of each; 1 vase, white or cream, one cultivar, 5 sprays; 1 vase pink, one cultivar, 5 sprays; 1 vase, lavender or mauve or blue, one cultivar, 5 sprays; 1 vase, cerise or magenta or crimson or scarlet, one cultivar, 5 sprays; 1 vase, any colour, one cultivar, 5 sprays;1 vase, mixed, 12 sprays.

 

19 June – Wokingham Horticultural Association

Show held at St. Paul’s Parish Rooms, Reading Road, Wokingham RG41 1EH. Staging 8.30am – 11.00am. Judging 11.15am. Show open 2.00pm – 4.00pm. Show Secretary Mrs. Pauline MacBrayne, 12 Crutchley Road, Wokingham RG40 1XA. 0118 978 9039. Email wha-shows@outlook.com 6 Classes for Sweet Peas including a novice class. Entries to be received by 10.00am on Friday 18 June. More information on website www.w-h-a.org.uk The above details for the WHA Summer Show assume a complete return to 'normal', so please do check before entering/visiting. A smaller show may be held at an outside location in Wokingham instead, or may be cancelled completely. Everything will hinge on current Covid safety regulations.

 

1 July – Chiltern Sweet Pea Society

Show held at Millennium Hall, Lacey Green, Buckinghamshire HP27 0QT. Staging 8.30am – 12.00 noon, bowls and baskets until 1.00pm. Open 2.00pm. Show manager Mr. Chris Gray, 68 Narbeth Drive, Aylesbury, Bucks. HP20 1NU. 01296 488160. Mixed open classes including sections for 100 and 200 cordon growers. All exhibitors welcome.

Within the next few days look out for further posts here and on the Facebook page, regarding the Chiltern Sweet Pea Society (CSPS) who are definitely running their Annual Sweet Pea Show in Bucks in 2021. Schedules will be emailed out very shortly and later on posted out if you request one. Feel free to make contact with me via messenger or graeme@graemehollingdale.com for any specific information. 

 

3 July – Bournemouth in Bloom – The Bournemouth Horticultural Society

Show held at St. Francis of Assisi Church Hall, Charminster Road, Bournemouth BH8 9SH. Show open noon – 5.00pm. Show Manager David Bassil, 31 Princess Road, Poole, Dorset BH12 1BG. 01202 752014. Email dcbassil@tiscali.co.uk Classes for experienced exhibitors, inexperienced and novices. All classes “open”.

 

3 July – Wingrave & Rowsham Gardens & Allotment Society (WARGAS)

Show held at Wingrave Community Centre, Buckinghamshire. Staging Friday 2 July 7.00pm – 11.00pm and Saturday 3 July 6.30am – 10.45am. Open to public 2.30pm – 4. 45pm. Show Secretary Adrian Reeve, 127 Winslow Road, Wingrave, Buckinghamshire HP22 4QB. 01296 681372. Email showsecretarywargas@gmail.com Open Sweet Pea show - 6 vase, 3 vase and single vase plus bowls. Includes section for growers of less than 200 plants. 8 cups/shields + NSPS medal. Incorporated in open village show with vegetables, flowers, domestic etc.

The Annual Show which incorporates an Open Sweet Pea Show, has sadly had to be cancelled in 2021.
Those who have visited this event in the past will know that its success relies on not only many exhibitors from a wide area attending but also on large numbers of visitors to offset costs. The compact hall is usually very tightly packed. These reasons, combined with less helping hands being available this year have conspired to the decision. They hope to be back as normal in 2022.
Further information can be obtained from WARGAS Secretary Adrian Reeve showsecretarywargas@gmail.com

 

3 July – Witney Horticultural Society

Show held at Witney Methodist Church. Doors open 12pm. Show Manager Kim Wood, Flat 3, Preece Court, 38 Blackbourton Road, Carterton, Oxon OX18 3HD. For show schedule see website www.witneyhorticulturalsociety.com nearer the time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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