Other Branch Events

2017

The branch will be entering the Stoke Poges Show again, on Saturday 29th July at Stoke Poges School, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges.

2016

The branch entered the Stoke Poges Show again again, on Saturday 29th July at Stoke Poges School, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges. 

2015

The branch entered the Stoke Poges Show again, on Saturday 25th July at Stoke Poges School, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges. 

2014

The Branch entered a number of classes at the Stoke Poges Show, on 26th July 2014.

We had a Branch Outing in the latter part of August to Rene geissler at Slimbridge. 

2013

Once again, Branch members entered classes at the Stole Poges Show, held on 27th July 2013, at Stoke Poges School, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges, Bucks.

2012

The Branch again supported the Stoke Poges show, with several branch members gaining prizes.

2011

The Branch supported the Stoke Poges Show, which took place on Saturday 30th July, at Stoke Poges School, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges.

2010

We attended the Stoke Poges Show on the 31st July 2010.

The Branch Outing took place on the 7th August, visiting John Pilbeam's nursery at Shire Lane, before a convivial lunch and on to Lullingstone Castle to be greeted by Tom Hart Dyke and a superb tour of the gardens, including of course the Cactu sand Succulent house. Photos can be seen here.

2009

We attended the Stoke Poges Flower Show this year on the 25th July 2009 at Stoke Poges School, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges. A photo album is here.

2008

Our Xmas branch dinner was again a great success and our members and friends enjoyed a great evening. Click here to see photos from the evening.

The Branch outing for 2008 took place on Saturday 21st June, when we drove to Gloucestershire to visit Rene Geissler's collection near Slimbridge. Photos from the outing can be seen by following this link

The Branch supported the Stoke Pokes Flower Show on the 26th July. You can see some photos of this here

2007

On the 15th July, the Branch went on a visit to Eau brink, the nursery of Derek Bowdery near Kings Lynn. Seven of our members attended, and greatly enjoyed both the fantastic range of plants in Derek's magnificent greenhouses, as well as his hospitality and advice. Needless to say, our cars were well loaded on our return to High Wycombe. You can see some photos of our visit by clicking here.

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