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- Event: Plant Sale Saturday 12 May from 10:30am to 12pm at Fellowship House
- Event: Open Garden in aid of National Garden Scheme charities Sunday 3 June from 2pm to 6pm
- Event: Closing date for entries for Suburb in Bloom Competition 2018 Thursday 7 June
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Hampstead Garden Suburb is located in North West London, England, approximately 7 miles from the centre of London. Founded in 1907 by Dame Henrietta Barnett, it is internationally recognised as one of the finest examples of early twentieth century domestic architecture and town planning, and home to approximately 13,000 people.
Fellowship Refugees at Home -2:30pm at Fellowship House. A Fellowship House Talk. Speaker Sara Nathan. Members Â£1, non-members Â£3 including tea and biscuits. Details...
Tuesday 24 April
HGS Astronomical Society Juno Mission -7:30pm at Free Church Hall. Talk by Professor Emma Bunce Leicester University at The Oriel Room, Free Church Hall. Details...
Wednesday 25 April
Free Church Recital by The Haywood Trio -1pm at Free Church. Lunch in support of Christian Aid served from 12.15. Details...
Friday 27 April
Residents Association Council Meeting -8pm at Fellowship House. Hear Suburb issues debated and raise your concerns at Question Time Details...
Tuesday 1 May
Horticultural Society Plant Sale -10:30am to 12pm at Fellowship House. The Horticultural Society's popular annual plant sale, with discounted annual flowers and plants for your summer displays, perennials for your borders and vegetable and herb seedlings for your allotment or garden plot. Bring your own bags if possible. Pay with cash or cheques; we are unable to accept credit cards. All welcome. Entry free. Details...
Saturday 12 May
Horticultural Society Open Garden in aid of National Garden Scheme charities -2pm to 6pm. Horticultural Society member's garden open in aid of the National Garden Scheme charities at 48 Erskine Hill, NW11 6HG, 2-6pm, Â£4.00 (children free). Teas, plants for sale, children's quiz. (Also open by arrangement from May to September 020 8455 6507.) Full details/photos: www.ngs.org.uk.
Sunday 3 June
Horticultural Society Closing date for entries for Suburb in Bloom Competition 2018 -Enter your lovely garden in the Horticultural Society's annual competition to find the best garden in Hampstead Garden Suburb. Generous prizes for the first three winners and the overall winner will be awarded the Millennium Cup at the AGM 2018. Judging takes place on Thursday 21 June. Contact Caroline Broome - firstname.lastname@example.org/020 8444 2329 - for details and to enter.
Thursday 7 June
Horticultural Society Coach trip to Standon Open Gardens, Hertfordshire -Visit approximately 15 open gardens in the pretty village of Standon in Hertfordshire. Try your hand at croquet. Lunches and teas available. Live music. Plant Sale. Details from Diane Berger - 020 8455 0455.
Saturday 9 June
Horticultural Society Entry Night for the 286th Flower Show -7pm to 8pm at Fellowship House. Are you going to bake a cake? Have you made some delectable jam? Have you grown some succulent veg? How are your roses? All good enough to enter for the Flower Show on Saturday? Check the members' Handbook and submit your entry forms for the Horticultural Society's 286th Flower Show. There will be help on hand if you are new to showing. Details...
Tuesday 12 June
Horticultural Society 286th Flower Show with NEW Grow Potatoes in a Bag Competition -3pm to 5pm at Free Church Hall. Visit the Horticultural Society's acclaimed Flower Show, with all the sights and scents of the country brought to town. It's Rose time, the soft fruit should be ready and the flowers are in colourful bloom. There's photography to admire and this year FOR THE FIRST TIME, we have the weigh-in of all the entries in our GROW POTATOES IN A BAG Competition for all ages. Who will win the prize for the most potatoes grown and the heaviest potato? Come along and see. Home-made teas and raffle too. Please note new closing time. Members free, non-members Â£2. Details and poster...
Saturday 16 June