A talk by Caroline Halfpenny

Caroline is passionate about gardening and the landscape. From 2007 to 2014 she managed the Diploma in Horticulture at Hadlow College at both the Tonbridge and Canterbury site, in addition to lecturing at all levels from schools and Foundation through to Higher Education.

On Wednesday April 17 at 7.30pm in the Small Village Hall, Wye

“The talk’s main focus is how important the health of our soil is for our plants to flourish and cope with the changes in weather patterns, along with natural fertilizers and how appropriate plant choice is key to becoming more sustainable in our approach to gardening.”

Refreshments and Raffle are available after the talk
All are welcome

The talk is open to the public, we charge £3 for this talk, and annual membership is only £15