2017 Christmas Party Date: Friday 15th December 2017 Time: 7.30pm Location: Ashton Hayes Village Hall Tickets are £5 each and will be available at the meeting on 21st November
Demonstration of a Christmas Wreath by Imogen Sawyer from Lane End Cottage Gardens website: laneendcottagegardens.co.uk Date: Tuesday 21st November 2017 Time: 8pm Location: Ashton Hayes Primary School Update: Imogen showed the meeting how to build a Christmas wreath using foliage from her own garden. She holds regular wreath building courses as well as willow weaving, visit her website to find out more: laneendcottagegardens.co.uk. If you wish to be kept informed of future courses you can contact Imogen on email@example.com (01925 752618) or email Linda who will pass on your details. Here are some photographs taken on the night:
Below is the programme of events for 2018. Meetings will take place on Tuesdays at 7.30pm at Ashton Hayes Primary School unless otherwise stated: 20th February – Wild Landscapes of two Cornish Gardens – Jane Allison 20th March – Changing Colours and Moods in our Gardens – David Race 17th April – Climbers and Wall Plants – Anne Harrison 15th May – Local Garden Visit and Social Evening 19th June – Evening Visit to Parm Place, High Street, Greast Budworth, CW9 6HF – Mrs & Mrs Fairclough 17th July – Full Day Coach Trip to Attingham Park, near Shrewsbury, SY4 4TP 18th September – Wonderful Winter – Carol Madden 16th October – Ornamental Grasses – Susan Nicholas 20th November – Gardens we have Visited – Liz Weston 14th December (Friday) – Christmas Party, 7.30pm at the Village Hall – Tickets £5 You can also see all the events, including committee meeting dates, on our Calendar.
The Pavilion Café’s Big Tea Party Queen Elizabeth II Field, Ashton Lane, Ashton Hayes CH3 8AA Sunday, June 18, 2017: 3pm – 5.30pm There’ll be lashings of tasty tea-time treats including delicious homemade morsels baked by our wonderful Café volunteers with not a soggy bottom in sight! And why not bring your own tea party finger food for yourself, family, friends and neighbours to share in the true spirit of a neighbourhood street party?