Emsworth Horticultural Society

The   

Society   

was   

formed   

in   

1919,   

originally   

for   

local

allotment   

holders.   

Nowadays,   

the   

Society   

welcomes

anyone   

who   

is   

interested   

in   

gardening   

of   

any   

sort.

Membership   

is   

available   

at   

£5   

per   

household   

per

annum

.

EHS Membership provides the following benefits
Access   to   The   Hut   (the   Distribution   Store)   which offers    most    gardening    requirements    at    reasonable cost. Advice is also on hand A    program    of    talks    on    gardening    and    related subjects Coach    outings    to    gardens    of    horticultural    and historic interest Additionally ,    there    are    opportunities    to    meet    with fellow   enthusiasts   and   admire   local   gardens   at   our Garden    Natter    Mornings     and    occasional    Open Gardens Plant   Sales   are   held   at   talks   and   annually   at   The Distribution Store (The Hut) Quarterly Newsletter  to keep members informed

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The Emsworth Horticultural Society
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98th Year Emsworth Horticutural Society is celebrating  its
Emsworth Show 2017 The   sun   shone   and   there   was   a   light   breeze   –   a perfect    day    for    the    Show.        The    months    of preparation   and   planning   by   the   committee   paid off    and    a    marvellous    show    was    enjoyed    by thousands of visitors.  In    the    marquee    the    exhibits    were    of    a    high standard   and   there   were   over   200   more   entries this   year   than   last.      There   were   more   entrants   as well, many exhibiting for the first time. In    the    main    arena    there    was    a    succession    of entertaining   events   including   the   quack   pack   and falconry,   and   in   the   small   arena   the   dog   show   was as popular as ever.  In   the   field   the   stalls   were   of   a   consistently   good standard   and   there   was   a   wide   variety   of   them.     Food    and    drink    stalls    were    similarly    various    something for everyone.  I   hope   all   who   came   enjoyed   themselves,   and   I would   like   to   thank   the   hard   working   committee members   who   made   it   all   possible,   not   forgetting the numerous volunteers who supported them. Lyn Davies (Show Chair)