This annual event will take place on 18th August 2018 at All Saints Catholic Church
Hall in Queens Road Hersham and is a showcase for vegetables, fruit and flowers.
There are also classes for cookery, handicrafts and photography. The show schedule
is published in July and is sent automatically to members and can also be downloaded
here. (show schedule 2017)
The Society runs a number of coach outings each year exclusively for their members
to places of "gardening interest". There are usually two coach pick up points - one
in Sidney Road (adjacent to Churchfield Road, and the other at St Peter's Church,
Burwood Road, Hersham. Prompt booking is advised on all outings as they are very
This event will be held on a Saturday in April at the Trading Hut to mark the start
of the growing and gardening season. “Bacon Butties” are a big draw but there are
stalls selling the quality “Whistlefish” greetings cards, homemade cakes, handicraft
and a range of suitable plants for the garden and allotment.
This event is held on a Saturday in October at the Trading Hut to celebrate all things
associated with the Autumn harvest. Refreshments include our famous “Bacon Butties”
as well as tea and coffee. There is always a huge range of jams and chutneys made
from the fruits and vegetables grown on the allotments.
‘Taste of Christmas’ at the Woodlark Nurseries
This event is held on the first Sunday in December at Woodlark Nurseries in Hersham.
The Society provides refreshments and stalls selling Christmas gifts and a range
of homemade cakes and produce. The Nursery donate numerous Christmas planters to
be raffled and also conduct tours of the glasshouses where the thousands of Poinsettias
are grown. All proceeds from this event are donated to a local Charity. In 2017 a
donation of £400 was made to Shooting Star Chase Children’s Hospice.
Annual General Meeting
This is held in either March or April in St. Erconwald’s Church Hall, Esher Avenue,
Walton on Thames. KT12 2TA.
After the meeting we serve light refreshments followed by our guest speaker.