Welcome to HOOK GARDENING CLUB
First Prize: Gardener’s Hamper crammed with over £200 worth of goodies.
Second Prize: Gardener’s Hamper crammed with over £100 worth of goodies.
Third Prize: £50 of National Gardening Gift Vouchers
Raffle tickets £2 each or a book of 5 tickets for £10.
There are only 50 books of raffle tickets for sale…
Join us for an evening with award-winning British garden designer, plantsman, author, speaker and broadcaster Chris Beardshaw
Date: Thursday 30th April 2020
Time: Doors open at 6.00 for pre talk drinks, talk starts at 7.00p.m.
Talk: The English Garden
Venue: Hook School Hall, Garth Lane, Hook DN14 5NW
Parking: Free parking is available in the playground.
Bar: A pop up bar will be hosted by the Jug and Bottle, Bubwith, selling a selection of alcoholic and soft drinks.
Only 100 tickets are available for the special event.
Tickets are priced at £15.00, all tickets must be purchased in advance.
Text 07743460357/Facebook msg or email email@example.com ( to check availability)
Pop cash Justine Dixon’s Letter Box, (Rosemary Cottage 163 High Street Hook) with your full name and contact number
Pop a cheque in the post to Hook Gardening Club, Rosemary Cottage 163 High Street Hook
There is free delivery of tickets to the Hook & Goole area
For delivery outside this area please include a stamped addressed envelope with your payment
Please keep your tickets safe as they will be checked on the door.
Remember limited tickets for this event so don’t delay and be disappointed but yours now!
Tickets would make a great Christmas/ Birthday present!!
It’s not long ’till our next meeting!
We welcome all gardeners to our meetings…
(You don’t have to live in Hook to come to our meetings)
A game of tones…
25th October 2019 at 7.00p.m.
Doug is a professional horticulturist, the co presenter of The Great Outdoors on BBC Radio Humberside and a regular speaker at Hook Gardening Club
To download our programme for 2020 either click on the image above, or click here.
We meet on the last Friday of the month at Hook Memorial Hall from 7.00 p.m.
Entry to meetings is £3 per person, to include a plant/seed swap and FREE refreshments.
We also have a rather awesome raffle!
We are very easy to find.
Hook is just a few minutes drive from Goole or the M62 motorway.
The Memorial Hall is a large white building with parking adjacent.
(Please can you be careful not to obstruct our neighbours driveways when you park)
Set your SatNav to DN14 5PG, and let your car do the rest…
We are a very active Gardening Club
Along with out monthly meetings we arrange visits and outings
We make fundraising jams and Chutneys
And our new September 2019 newsletter is now online
Rosemary Cottage is the Garden of Justine Dixon, who organises Hook Gardening Club.
Justine opens her gorgeous East Yorkshire Garden for the National Gardens Scheme every other year.
To find out more just click here, or click on the image…
We love the team at Henley’s Nurseries
They sell great plants.
Many are found growing in out Hook Gardens
They sponsor our Club
Thank you – You are awesome
We couldn’t do it without you.
You sponsor us.
You provide our raffle prizes.
And we appreciate you.
I had a lovely attentive audience who seemed receptive to the ‘working with (and for) wildlife’ gardening methods at Shandy Hall. Thanks to Hook Gardening Club for inviting me!
Wonderful talk, thoroughly enjoyed and will be going to see Shandy hall and its beautiful garden. First visit for me and my parents to the gardening club, we were made very welcome and looking forward to next month’s meeting.
Had my first but certainly not my last visit last night I will certainly be back. Lovely group, interesting speaker, a great community group. Thanks for your welcome.
Many thanks for a lovely evening. Everyone was really welcoming and friendly and it was great to be back at Hook Gardening Club, this time with Jill for our Gardening on the Menu talk – Martin Fish
The garden club is an excellent addition for Hook. For many reasons but we have always loved gardening and it gives us chance to keep in touch with new ideas from the wide variety of speaker to the social part. It has helped us integrate ourselves into the village.
‘Great to meet everyone and for being so welcoming. Hope to see you at RHS Harlow Carr sometime