November 15, 2019

A sea wall was built on Freiston Shore during WW2 and a second, outer, wall was built during the 1980s. When it was bought by the RSPB in 2008, the outer sea wall was breached in three places to create a salt marsh.  This created a breeding area for many birds includin...

October 18, 2019

The Japanese garden is an integral part of Japanese life. Their gardens are places for contemplation, mediation, order and harmony. Religion and the country's topography (mountains, sea, clouds, trees) have all influenced Japanese garden design. Everything in nature ha...

September 21, 2019

The 76th Annual Show took place on September 21st at the Arthur Mellows Village College in Glinton. There were 1,004 entries on display from 107 people on one of the warmest days the Show has enjoyed for many years. The video above features highlights from the day and...

September 18, 2019

The Show opens to the public at 2.00pm but ALL entries must be staged between 0830-1115 so that judging can start promptly thereafter. We will be trying hard to finalise all the results as quickly as possible to enable prize giving to go ahead on time. 

If you are...

August 8, 2019

Despite the recent biblical storms the weather for the BBQ was perfect: sunny and warm without humidity or lightening strikes. A big thank you to all those who came.

July 1, 2019

The Society will be running a stall at the Peakirk-cum-Glinton School Fete this year on Sunday afternoon July 7th from 1.00pm and the Friends of Chernobyl's Children have given us thousands of vegetable seeds to sell to raise funds.

All seeds will be in date and will be...

June 23, 2019

A small team of volunteer members were dispatched to Wrest Park in Bedfordshire shortly after the solar solstice on June 23rd 2019.

Previous missions had met with some of the most meteorically challenging conditions a Horticultural Society had ever experienced having a...

May 26, 2019

The Society held its annual personal survival training day at RSPB Frampton Marsh on May 26th 2019. The withering rain guided like a cruise missile by an Easterly breeze, conveniently started at the halfway point where there was the least shelter and continued unrelent...

May 4, 2019

The perennial spring offensive opened the Glinton Village Hall doors in propagation once again. It's always such a friendly event and May 4th seemed a good date for a pun! Watch the film now at a galaxy not very far from you:

Our last talk of the current season was given by Debbie Cooke, who is an award winning garden designer. Debbie explained the process of achieving your perfect garden: What would you like? What have you got? What is your budget? What will it look like?

Debbie took us thr...

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