Dural and Hills District Garden Club members and guests celebrated their 21st year at their recent May meeting.
For any considering joining a local community garden group in the Hills or surrounding areas, the Dural and Hills District Garden Club could be just what you’ve been looking for. Guest speakers, are the highlight of the meetings together with plant sales, a raffle and a delicious supper. All for just an annual membership fee of $20 single or $25 family. There are monthly visits arranged for members to interesting and beautiful gardens. Affordable, coach day trips and occasional longer trips are priced reasonably, with the club subsidising part of the coach costs.
On Friday, 9th June, the club has arranged a visit to Eastern Suburbs Sustainability Project, IndigiGrow Native Bush Food, Plant Nursery at La Perouse Public School and the museum.
President Elaine Colley said: “We are a friendly social club. Come along and have a cuppa and piece of cake with me and the members.
The Dural and Hills District Garden Club could be just what you’ve been looking for. It’s a garden club with an emphasis on social activities. Many members have made lifetime friendships through participation in a variety of events”.
Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at 8pm, Mid Dural Fire Station, 57 Mid Dural Road, Middle Dural. Plenty of parking in the street.
For further information contact Secretary, Marg Dunn, email margo.dunn1@gmail. com or mobile 0482 053 438, or Social Secretary,
Dale Blakey mobile 0416 299 200.