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Tattenhall Gardening Society Autumn Programme

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Tattenhall Gardening Society

Tattenhall Gardening Society opens its autumn programme of illustrated talks and workshops on Wednesday 14 October with Jen Benefield and Janni Hollins from Tattenhall Hall.

Jen and Janni will be giving a talk on "Succession Planting" in which they'll give tips on how to grow something of interest for every day of the year.

Many of you will be familiar with the wonderful gardens at Tattenhall Hall, open under the National Gardening Scheme each year; with Jen and Janni's wealth of experience of gardening at the Hall, there's sure to be something we can all learn.

TGS meetings are held in the Barbour Institute, Tattenhall, on the second Wednesday of the month at 7.45pm. New members are always welcome.

Annual membership subscriptions are now due: £17 double, £12 single, or non-members come along and just pay as you go.

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