The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Garden Society: October 2020
Fifty Shades of....
Well, if you are a paid-up member of Tattenhall Gardening Society you could be looking forward to Fifty Shades of Green. We are starting our 2020-2021 season on Wednesday 14th October with a talk by gardening expert and designer Razvan Chisu, which should help you get over the blues.
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Current conditions prevent us meeting in the Barbour Institute and instead we'll be joining Aretha Franklin and asking "Who's Zoomin who?". Razvan will be showing us his screen (what else?!) and we shall marvel at his photos and wisdom. We have invited him back after a previous talk which was very well received, so have high expectations of his RHS Tatton show garden experiences being equally impressive.
The logistics mean that this will be a Members-Only event. To avoid too many on-the-day challenges, we'll be having a free "How to Zoom" session this Sunday afternoon, to bring folks up to date on how to use this technology.
See the attached flyer for more information, both about Razvan and about how to get in touch for membership. Membership covers at least 6 meetings and the card gets you 10% discounts at Okells and Walkers garden centres. We'll be sending passwords and meeting links to members before Wednesday.
Contact us at TattenhallGdnSoc@gmail.com for more information on how to join and for links to the Zoom training.
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