With lockdown restrictions easing and the weather improving, an Abbots Langley Gardening Society (ALGS) spokesperson gave us an update how they’ve been getting on.
They said: “Except for a small blip last year, the ALGS has kept in touch with its members through newsletters, talks and supplies.
“We even exchanged our Autumn Show for a photographic competition, which was very successful and had many entries for adults and children alike.
“Instead of our Spring Show, we painted the website yellow, with lots of photos of spring emerging around the village and we still have a full diary of events for this year as well.”
“The Potato in a Bucket competition is still going ahead to see who can grow the heaviest weight of potatoes in one bucket, and we have shared our Zoom talks with the History Society and the local National Trust group, so we have been very busy and will be again this year.
“Our next zoom meetings are: Kate Harwood on Victorian Kitchen Gardens on May 20 and Matt Biggs on Dig for Victory on July 15.”
Further details of activities will be available at abbotslangleygardeningsociety.godaddysites.com
ALGS have decided that last years’ paid-up members get this year’s membership for free.
Picture credit Chris Bromwich