Willow Weaving

We enjoyed a fantastic workshop yesterday with Rachel who showed us how to willow weave obelisks for our gardens. It was such a success we hope to put another workshop on before Christmas, watch this space!

Craft and Laugh

Our craft and laugh group have created their own garden as it’s NGS open gardens this weekend. It might not be on the official list of open gardens, but it’s worth viewing. We have created flowers, vegetables, animals along with garden buildings and accruements. The rain and cold didn’t dampen our spirits, and we’re looking… Continue reading Craft and Laugh

Theatre trip

We would like to organise a theatre trip as they’ve been very popular previously. Listed below are a selection of possible options. Please tick any that you would like to see and we will hopefully organise one of the most popular choices. Les Miserables – London August- November The Best of The Eagles – Leamington… Continue reading Theatre trip

When Thoughts Turn to Spring Sowing and Summer Flowers

By: Jacqueline Franklin, Tysoe WI, Warwickshire Federation Member Jacqueline shares her tips for spring sowing and eco-friendly planting ideas, as well as her favourite summer flower varieties. With the longer days, lighter nights and, hopefully, warmer days of spring, thoughts turn to planning your garden for the summer. It pays to do your research. A… Continue reading When Thoughts Turn to Spring Sowing and Summer Flowers