Let’s get together
It is no surprise that our meetings are so well attended. Not only are they interesting and informative, they are also enjoyable social gatherings.
As always, our Programme Committee has worked hard to invite speakers with very different skills, knowledge and experience and you will see below that their subject matter is not always gardening related.
So, if you are thinking of joining us, come along to a meeting and you will be made very welcome.
All meetings are in the WI Hall, North Street, Bridport and start at 7.30 pm.
Tea and coffee is served, and non members are welcome, on payment of a small entry fee.
Contact details for officers of the Bridport & District Gardening Club are available on the Membership Card.
Unusual Plants of the Canary Islands - Thursday September 17, 2020
Bridport WI Hall Speaker Ben Candlin The Canary Islands are packed full of wonderful and unusual plants, many of which are found nowhere else in the world. Some of these can be successfully grown in our UK gardens. The talk takes us on a tour of the Canaries and explores the landscapes and plants that grow in these unique landscapes.
History and Development of the Daffodil - Thursday October 15, 2020
Bridport WI Hall Speaker Gwynne Davies
Gwynne is Vice President of The Daffodil Society, member of the RHC Bulb Committee, International Judge (UK, NI, USA) Daffodil Hunter (Spain, Portugal, France, Morocco …) contributed to various horticultural publications, TV and Radio.
The Hedgehog Predicament - Thursday November 19, 2020
Bridport WI Hall Speaker Colin Varndell
Colin is a well-known and award winning Dorset wildlife photographer and ecologist.
This presentation covers the natural history of the hedgehog, its diet, its decline and the reasons for it and what we can do in our gardens to help hedgehogs survive.