Annual General Meeting 2020
Wednesday 11th November – 7.30 ;
Due to the ongoing coronavirus situation, this will be held
online using Zoom, not at Lavant Memorial Hall.
All members should now have now received a message about this from our Secretary, Margaret Rhodes, with a letter from our Chaiman, Mike Kingsford, setting out the new arrangements for the AGM.
Should you not have received them for any reason, please contact Margaret by phone (number on Membership Card) or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Margaret will also send to all members the AGM agenda and other documents in good time, as well as full details about how to use Zoom.
Lavant Horticultural Society’s
history goes back over 70 years. It normally runs a programme of talks & events throughout the year for its members, numbering some 140.
Live in Lavant, Summersdale or nearby?
why not join Lavant Horticultural Society?
new members always find a warm welcome
Annual membership only costs £7 each Monthly meetings are then free of chargePlease contact Membership Secretary, Margaret Rhodes, at
Annual Buffet Supper Wednesday 12th February
Some 40 members and guests got together in the Memorial Hall for our annual supper. Four of the lady members of the Committee had cooked a range of very tasty casseroles that were served piping hot, complemented by cold dishes, salads and sides contributed by the other participants, as were the wide choice of mouth-watering desserts.
All was brilliantly organised by Social Secretary Liz Hewitt.
The quizzes had us all mulling over the answers, adding to the convivial atmosphere (as did the complimentary glass of wine).
A very enjoyable evening.
Members’ Open Garden
scheduled for 25th June 2020
has been postponed until 2021 due to the coronavirus situation. Many thanks to Jill and John for agreeing to this. Members will be advised as soon as the new timing is fixed.
Chairman’s Open Garden
6th June 2019
More than 60 members spent a lovely summer's evening at Mike & Jacki Kingsford's remarkable garden. All proceeds went to the Aldingbourne Trust
Mike and Jacki’s very large garden with its immaculate lawns, well planted and maintained borders and areas of vegetable and fruit production is a great contrast to the unkempt jungle that greeted them when they moved in – a tribute to Mike’s indefatigable work & vision.
Sarah Newman’s talk and demonstration on flower arranging was much appreciated by an attentive audience, ranging from novices to experienced flower arrangers.