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Clatford Gardening Club

Upper Clatford Clatford Gardening Club


1.  All exhibits must have been grown or produced by the exhibitor

2.  Entries must be made on the official entry form and submitted by mid-day THURSDAY 17TH AUGUST 2023.

3.  Late entries will only be accepted in exceptional cases subject to available space.

4.  No exhibitor may enter more than one exhibit in each class.

5.  Entries are open only to Clatford Valley Garden Club members and residents of Upper Clatford and Anna Valley

6.  Entry fee: £1 for each section entered, payable on the day

7.  More information and entry forms available in the files below

Entry for viewing £1 - Children free   -    Tea and refreshments will be available

Clatford Valley Gardening Club Programme 2023

We will be meeting in the Village Hall.  All meetings start at 7.30pm. 

The programme for the rest of 2023 is as follows:

28 June                                        Longstock Park Landscapes                      Sean and one other

25 July                                         Dahlias and Chrysanthemums                    Brian Madders       

19 August.                                   Annual Show (see above)  

23 August                                    Bhutan - Kingdom of Rare Plants                Rosemary Legrand

27 September                              Autumn Colour                                            Anthony Powell     

25 October                                  Annual General Meeting


The Aims of the Clatford Valley Gardening Club are:-  

  • To promote and encourage an interest in gardening. 
  • To arrange talks and demonstrations by horticultural experts.
  • To arrange visits to places of interest to gardeners.
  • To promote and organise a Flower, Vegetable and Produce Show.

 We are affiliated to the Royal Horticultural Society.

For more information, please visit the Clatford Valley Gardening Club Web site at

Talks and meeting will be advertised on both web sites.