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17th October 2016 : Special Lecture: Anna Pavord.

Welcome to FAGUS


This friendly and thriving gardening group was started in 1993 following a series of horticultural courses given locally by Mary Payne MBE, a much respected and well loved garden expert.  Such was the enthusiasm stirred up by these sociable and informative weekly gatherings, that several students decided to form a club  to enable all garden lovers to meet on a regular basis with like minded people, and be inspired by renowned speakers.

Fagus Gardening Club Nailsea

A programme of 9 to 10 lectures are arranged each year.  These cover as wide a range as possible to cater for all tastes from garden design, special plants, travelogues and individual gardens. Due to our large membership we have been able to attract such well known speakers as Dan Pearson, Chris Beardshaw and Jekka McVicar among many other excellent lecturers.  Each talk last approximately 1 – 1 ¼ hours. Lectures are held on the third Monday of the month in the Methodist Hall, Silver Street Nailsea, 7.30 p.m. for an 8.00 p.m. start.

The next meeting is on the 17th October 2016.

Our Special Lecture this year will be given by Anna Pavord.

She is the gardening correspondent for THE INDEPENDENT and the author of widely praised gardening books including PLANT PARTNERS and THE BORDER BOOK. She wrote for the OBSERVER for twenty years, has contributed to COUNTRY LIFE, ELLE DECORATION and COUNTRY LIVING, and is an associate editor of GARDENS ILLUSTRATED. For the last thirty years she has lived in Dorset, England where she is currently making a new garden. Constantly experimenting with new combinations of flowers and foliage, she finds it a tremendous source of inspiration.

Tickets will be available at lectures from the July meeting onwards. Please see the Programme of Speakers page for details

Fagus Gardening Club Nailsea

Day trips to gardens are organised at various times of the year, with the aim of visiting the less well known prestigious gardens that aren’t usually open to the public.  Fagus also organises longer visits to gardens further afield, both at home and abroad.  These have proved extremely popular with members.


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