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Orchards East Extends Active Dates

The Orchards East Project has extended its activities through to August 2020.

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Introduction To Garden History

The Gardens Trust, in association with the Garden Museum, is offering a new nine week INTRODUCTION TO GARDEN HISTORY course starting in October 2019.  Full details are below and by clicking on the link here to their website.  


Bedfordshire Head Gardeners Network 

Named as Finalist at 2019 Horticulture Week Custodian Awards in the Best Partnership Category



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Garden Exhibition at The Higgins, Bedford

"Round and Round the Garden" - A Celebration of Horticulture in Art

Saturday April 6th 2019 until Sunday September 29th 2019 at The Higgins, Bedford, Castle Lane, Bedford, MK40 3XC 

Entry free

Click here for further details. 

 Also at The Higgins, Bedford a lunchtime lecture with Twigs Way -  "Art and the Suburban Garden"

Wednesday May 22nd 2019 12 - 1pm; £5.90 [£4.70 concessions], booking essential

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 Last Updated: 17 September 2019

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Spring 2017 Newsletter

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 Autumn 2016 newsletter