Summer Show 2022
The Summer Show is being held on Saturday 16th July in the Village Hall. Exhibits from 9.30am. Show open to public at 1.00pm. Classes and Entry slip in the Mardle.
Please complete and deliver entry slips and fees to Brian Boughton or Les Loose by Thursday 14th July at the latest.
Membership is now due, and will remain at only £5 for the year. This will give you (on production of your current, signed membership card)10% discount on all garden related items from Blithe and Wright in Sheringham; 50% discount on seeds plus 15% off the rest of the Dobies catalogue. Catalogues available from the corner stores.
Further information from Jackie 01263 720866 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Programme for 2022
The Trunch Garden Society Committee met on 1st February
March 1st AGM at Methodist Community Room
April 9th Spring Flower Show at Village Hall
May 3rd Wild Orchids a talk by Simon Harrup at Methodist Community Room
June 7th Friend or Foe a talk by Jackie Hudson at Methodist Community Room
July 16th Summer Flower Show at Village Hall
August 2nd Outing to Natural Surroundings
September 17th Autumn Flower Show at Village Hall
October 4th Gardening for Wild Life a talk by Simon Harrup at Methodist Community Room
December 4th Christmas Jolly at the Social Club
Programme for 2023
January 8th Fun Quiz Night at the Social Club
March 2nd Annual General Meeting
Details and entry forms in the Mardle
More details for the year 2022-2023 to follow when they become available
As part of the village Jubilee celebrations there will be an art exhibition in the Village Hall on Friday 3rd July, and the Garden Society have been asked if they would like to do a floral display in the hall. If anyone is interested in doing an individual arrangement or to help with a bigger one, please ring Jackie on 10263 720866 for details.
The Village Hall was filled with the delicate perfume of a host of golden daffodils on Saturday 9th April as we had our Spring Show. A big thank you as always to Derek for organising it, for the team of helpers getting it all set up and cleared away afterwards and also to the judges.
It was great to see some new names amongst the exhibitors this time, Well done to everyone who put in exhibits and many congratulations to the winners of the individual sections. These were:-
- Section 1 (Flowers) David Garnham
- Section 2 (vegetables) Alec Adams
- Section 3 (floral arrangements) Kate Pym
- Section 3 Junior Bella Pym
- Section 4 (cookery) Colin Doherty
- Section 4 Junior Grace Mountain
- Section 5 (handicrafts) Liz Carr
- Section 5 Junior Grace Mountain
Our next meeting will be on Tuesday 3rd May in the Methodist Church at 7.30pm Simon Harrup from Natural Surroundings will be giving us a talk on ‘Wild orchids’. Then, same time and place on Tuesday 7th June we will be seeking the answer to the question ‘Friend or Foe?’
Do you have a shady corner that you are not sure what will thrive? Here are a few ideas. We can all remember back to a childhood when we saw snowdrop, bluebell and winter aconite growing in abundance in the shade of the woodlands, but what else can we grow in shade? Aquilegia, foxgloves, campanula, astilbe, hosta, hellebore, stinking iris, Solomon’s seal and cyclamen coum to name just a few. Beetroot, carrots, radishes and all brassica are all shade tolerant too, as are leeks and broad beans.
To lighten up the area try to remember to put in plants that have white, or pastel-coloured flowers. They will show up even on the gloomiest of days and thus, brighten the area.
Trunch Garden Society have a warm welcome for new members and for visitors to our meetings. We charge £2 on the door for members and £3 for visitors. Feel free to contact Jackie by phone 01263 720866 or by email email@example.com if you would like more information on any of our activities.