The Glinton Horticultural Society was set up independently in 1943 in conjunction with the fete and gala. The entire proceeds were for the Red Cross and St. Johns Ambulance War Organisation.

                  

The first shows were held in the marquee on the village playing field in Glinton and they had a fancy dress competition as well. The shows were then held in the Peakirk cum Glinton School until the Village College opened when the shows were held there and have been ever since.       

From October to April there is a monthly meeting held on the third Friday evening at 7.30 pm in the Glinton Village Hall, when a different speaker makes a presentation from a wide variety of subjects.

The Society also holds a Plant Sale in May but the main event - The Horticultural Show - is always held on the third Saturday in September. The show provides the back-drop for a diverse range of exhibits which include: Flowers, Vegetables, Baking, Brewing, Arts, Crafts and Photography. The event is the largest in the region and encourages everyone of all ages and skills to showcase their efforts in public.

Our Society Constitution may be viewed HERE

was set up independently in 1943 in conjunction with the fete and gala. The entire proceeds were for the Red Cross and St. Johns Ambulance War Organisation.

                  

The first shows were held in the marquee on the village playing field in Glinton and they had a fancy dress competition as well. The shows were then held in the Peakirk cum Glinton School until the Village College opened when the shows were held there and have been ever since.       

From October to April there is a monthly meeting held on the third Friday evening at 7.30 pm in the Glinton Village Hall, when a different speaker makes a presentation from a wide variety of subjects.

The Society also holds a Plant Sale in May but the main event - The Horticultural Show - is always held on the third Saturday in September. The show provides the back-drop for a diverse range of exhibits which include: Flowers, Vegetables, Baking, Brewing, Arts, Crafts and Photography. The event is the largest in the region and encourages everyone of all ages and skills to showcase their efforts in public.

Our Society Constitution may be viewed HERE

Contact:

Venue - Talks & Plant Sale:

Glinton Village Hall

High Street

Glinton

Cambs 

PE6 7JP

Venue - Annual Open Show:

Arthur Mellows Village College

Helpston Road

Glinton

Cambs

PE6 7JX