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WELCOME TO THE WHA!

Whatever the reason for loving your garden, we can offer members a programme of interesting activities and events throughout the year, and access to our WHA Trading Store. Most of our members have small gardens, and whether you have a particular interest in roses, dahlias, fruit or vegetables, you are sure to find like-minded gardeners willing to share their enthusiasm and knowledge with you.

(photos taken by WHA member at OR Allotments)

2021 Outings

Details for our first outing to Adwell House Gardens can be found in the Outing tab above.  Places are limited.

There are more being planned and details will be added so watch this space.

2021 Shows

Thanks to everyone who entered the 2021 Mini-Shows. Photo galleries and results can be found on the Shows page.

Plant Bring and Buy Sale

Plants are still for sale on the table outside of the Trading Store at Ormonde Road.

Photos from the plant sale can be found here.

Trading Store

The Trading Store is closed in August but will reopen in September.  Please contact wha-trading@outlook.com if you need any further information.

Join us for our GRAND REOPENING of the store in conjunction with Allotment Open day on Saturday 14th August 2-4pm.  The Town Mayor, Tony Lack, will officially open the Store at 2pm. There will be a raffle, with a kind contribution from Tesco once again and a table selling items made by the Craft Group during lockdown. The Mayor will also be presenting certificates to the winners of the recent virtual shows and there may be one or two other surprises....

Talks and Workshops

The newly refurbished Trading Store now has the capacity to hold Workshops and Talks for up to 30 people. We are looking for volunteers to lead a workshop on topics dear to your hearts. Terry’s demonstration on sowing Sweet Peas has had a big impact on those who attended. Please let us know if you could help wha-trading@outlook.com

Terry's Sweet Pea Advice

We were lucky enough to have Terry Miller demonstrate his technique of sowing sweet peas and talk through the key things to remember in order to successfully grow early blooms worthy of showing or cutting for the home.  He has also shared his tips and advice for everyone here.