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Our Next Event
at Coopers Hill Centre, Crowthorne Road North, Bracknell RG12 7QS

Wednesday 3rd February 2016

7:15pm for 7:30pm

Anthony Powell
 The Scented Garden

  A talk about the subtlety of scent and the benefits derived from it, how gardens should involve all our senses and the scented garden is there for everyone.

Members Free
Non Member £3

 Table Top Competition:
Display of  Cyclamen or Kale

including Tea & Coffee from 7.15pm

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Marrowthon 2015

Saturday saw the annual staging and judging of Bracknell Horticultural Association’s (BHA) Marrowthon competition. Now in its fifth year, the event was held at Jock’s Lane Park for the first time, making transport of the giant vegetables much easier. The winning entry, a massive 275.4 pounds, was grown by Simon Ardron, beating the previous best of a mere 150 pounds. Simon also scooped the prize for the most unusual entry, with Trevor Oakley winning the award for the most colourful exhibit. Garden Centre vouchers were awarded to the winners by Bracknell Town Mayor Cllr Mark Phillips.

Bracknell Horticultural Association’s Chairman Ken Marshall said, “I would like to thank the Town Mayor for giving up his Saturday morning to judge our competition. Also the volunteers and of course the growers without who we could not stage this event. Not everyone can grow a large pumpkin, but I’m sure everyone could beat the smallest entry which weighed less than one pound! I hope the competition will keep growing, along with the town.”

Heaviest entry winner Simon Ardron with Bracknell Town Mayor Cllr Mark Phillips and the prize winning pumpkin weighing 275.4lbs!

Bracknell Gardens
open for The Thames Valley Air Ambulance.

  Three Bracknell Horticultural Association gardens opened their gates in August to raise funds for the Air Ambulance.
  This much publicised event drew 250 people who, perused the gardens, bought plants and produce and enjoyed tea and cakes on a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon. The charity benefited by a total of £1,535.50.
  To find out more about Open Gardens in Bracknell next year visit  www.ngs.org.uk/ where exiting news on charity fund raising through garden opening is available.  

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For further information on how to get involved and become a member
email: membership.bha@gmail.com or phone: 07541 166 396