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After the government's announcement of their roadmap out of Lockdown, we have decided to reopen the Store from March 14th. The store will be run like last year, with social distancing and restrictions on the the numbers of members allowed in the store. Opening hours will be from 9.30 to 11am. The till will, weather permitting be outside. Members are asked to have ready their large item orders ready, before they enter the store, so these can be readied while they are in the store. You will also be able to renew your membership at the store. To make it easier for you, if you buy items you can also pay for your membership at the same time. Note we have run out of farmyard manure, we have more on order. We have also sold all the seed potatoes and onion sets. If you know members who are not on the internet, please let them know we are opening on the 14th. We look forward to seeing you!
The TRHA Web site has been moved to a new Web hosting service and is now written in html. At the moment we have duplicated what we had before. But we hope to enhance it over the next few months. If you have any suggestions or find any problems please email email@example.com or use the contact us page, which is live now.
We have had to take the decision to have the Spring show as virtual. We have an exciting set of Classes, so everyone should be able to enter at least one! Full details can be found
Click here for a link to the Virtual Show
For some people growing crops that need support like runner beans is not possible because they don’t have access to a patch of soil, to push canes into. Fear not! Here is a message from our Newsletter Editor, if you are interested, please contact him please.
AN INVITATION: Tony Boyd, a member of TRHA and hobbyist inventor is looking for help to test his ‘Beans on the balcony’ idea for growing runner beans on any hard surface.Tony is looking for practically minded gardeners to use his product and provide comment on its structure and ease or otherwise of assembly and management in use. A questionnaire will be provided and Tony will supply everything needed for the exercise: the product, seeds, compost, pots and feed. Delivery of the device would be in February 2021 ready for the 2021 growing season. Please contact Graham Starkie firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and to register your interest.
The long awaited fence replacement work is now finished and we have cleared the surrounding area and planted Rose of Sharon in the banked area, that we hope to grow onto the doctors side eventually. The fence work was completed by Malcolm Phillips for Admatt Contractors, who did a great job of what would have been a difficult job. This was paid for by Twyford Parish Council. This nicely completes most of our garden renovation work for 2020!
We are sorry to say we have sold out of farmyard manure. We do have good stocks of other bagged items however. We have ordered twelve pallets of bagged items, which we hopoe will be with us in March/April. We will announce their arrival on this page.
During the last few months, we have been working hard on the Garden, it’s starting to take shape. The pyracantha by the fence is looking very good at the moment!
As Affiliated Members of the RHS we are given a Banksian Medal, named after the great scientist Sir Joseph Banks, to be awarded to the Entrants with the most points in the Flower, Fruit and Vegetable classes in all three Shows in the year. As Shows were not permitted this year the RHS suggested that the Medal was awarded to a member who had done something extra for the Association. The Committee unanimously decided to award the Medal to Jenny Wager for conceiving of the idea and organising the Virtual Shows. We are sure you will approve of our choice.
Hi everyone, a kind daughter of parents who are downsizing, has brought a load of gardening books in for us. There are three boxes of them! All are free to anyone who can use them! Come and take a look at the store, Sunday 9:30-11am.
We are pleased to announce that we have new living accommodation for our native bugs! Luke here with his dad Adrian made us da new hotel, and it’s fixed on one of the concrete posts on the perimeter of our garden. His father also made two compost bins for us, using old pallets. Some of you will have seen that we have been busy on the garden, when we have finished, we will post some photos of our work.