Emsworth Horticultural Society

Notice Board

Emsworth Horticultural Society
The Emsworth Horticultural Society
Updated 25th May 2018
Web Disclaimer:   The   information   contained   on   this   website   is   for   general   information   purposes   only. Any   information   provided   by   third   party is   accepted   as   supplied   by   the   source,   and   while   we   endeavour   to   keep   the   information   up   to   date   and   correct,   we   make   no representations   or   warranties   of   any   kind,   expressed   or   implied,   about   the   completeness,   accuracy,   reliability,   suitability   or availability   with   respect   to   the   website   or   the   information,   products,   services,   or   related   graphics   contained   on   the   website for   any   purpose. Any   reliance   you   place   on   such   information   is   therefore   strictly   at   your   own   risk.   This   disclaimer   also   refers to all external web links on this site.
Last Updated  26.05.18 10:25 v1
Chris   Shaw   has   taken   over   the   digital   archiving   of   the   EHS   along   with   a   detailed   record   of   the   paper   archives made   by   Suzanne   Holroyd.   As   might   be   expected   over   the   100   years   the   Society   has   been   in   existence,   this material   is   extensive   but   there   are   gaps.   Any   contributions   will   be   welcome.   In   particular   it   would   be   helpful   if members   could   search   their   files,   both   paper   and   computer,   for   material   between   the   late   1990s   to   the   present. This   is   probably   because   most   people   who   wrote   minutes   or   designed   posters   and   flyers   will   have   started   using   a computer   during   the   last   20   years.   Chris   is   willing   to   scan   and   digitise   a   small   number   of   significant    paper records but cannot store paper and the Emsworth Museum has very limited space. Please   search   for   EHS   records.   These   may   be   in   manila   folders,   on   your   current   hard   disc,   backup   storage including   flash   drives,   memory   sticks,   DVD-ROM,   CD-ROM   or   even   floppy   discs.   Let   Chris   know   what   you   have, and he will arrange to transfer it. (01243 377459) Chris Shaw
EHS Archives
St   Wilfrid’s   Hospice   has   been   serving   the   local   community   for   over 30   years.   Demand   for   our   services   continues   to   increase   and   our current   building   is   no   longer   fit-for-purpose.   Therefore   in   2014   we embarked   upon   an   ambitious   project   to   raise   at   least   £15.5   million   to build     a     new,     modern     Hospice;     a     ‘dream-building’     with     the infrastructure    to    enable    us    to    support    the    increasing    number    of people   in   need   of   our   specialist   care   and   support,   now   and   in   the future.  Construction   of   our   fantastic   new   building   began   early   this   year,   with a   completion   date   of   spring   2019   planned.   Thanks   to   the   generosity of    our    local    community    we    have    made    great    progress    in    our fundraising   and   currently   have   86%   of   our   overall   target.   However, we   still   need   to   raise   £2.1   million   in   the   next   12   months,   in   order   to make our dream become a reality. We   have   been   offered   a   stand   at   this   year’s   Festival   of   Flowers   at Chichester   Cathedral.   As   before,   we   would   like   to   make   this   a   real success and raise even more towards our new Hospice.   I   am   emailing   today   to   ask   if   members   of   the   Emsworth   Horticultural Society    would    consider    supporting    St    Wilfrid’s    DREAMBUILDING campaign   by   donating   any   plants,   flowers   or   shrubs   for   us   to   sell   on our   stand?   These   can   be   absolutely   anything   so   long   as   they   are   in a    sellable    condition,    potted    and    labelled    accordingly.    The    event takes   place   between   30th   May   and   2nd   June,   so   we   would   need   to be able to collect plants as close to 30th May as possible
Chloe Neilson-Hopkins Capital Campaign Coordinator/Major Gift Coordinator
DREAMBUILDING Team Grosvenor Road, ChichesterWest Sussex, PO19 8FP www.dreambuilding.org.uk  Tel: 01243 775302Fax Number: 01243 538171 Email: chloe.neilsonhopkins@stwh.co.uk  Direct Dial: 01243 755186 (Mon, Thu, Fri) Mobile: 01243 214146 (Tue and Wed)
43 rd  Cerne Abbas  Open Gardens
About 25 Private Gardens Open June 16 and 17, 2-6pm Day ticket to all gardens Adults £7.00 Ticket for 2 days £10.00 Accompanied children free Teas in St Mary’s Church from 1:30 pm Plant Stall from 1 pm Free Car Park (DT2 7GD) open from 11 am Proceeds divided equally between: Cerne Valley Scout Group & Dorset County Hospital Cancer Appeal www.cerneabbasopengardens.org.uk
Notice Board