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Come to one of our events….you’ll be warmly welcomed!


You can  book your tickets  by contacting us on: info@gardeningfordisabledtrust.org.uk

or book them directly and get an e-ticket by return. Simply select the number of tickets you require from the drop down menu and then click on the yellow ‘Pay Now’ button, whereupon you’ll be re-directed to PayPal. PLEASE NOTE TIMING: 6.30pm for a 7pm prompt start to the talk at :Goudhurst Parish Hall, Balcombes Hill, Goudhurst TN17 1AJ.

A Vision of Eden (Marianne Hastings)15.00 GBPGoudhurst Village Hall, Wed 6th Feb at 7pm
Your eTicket will be emailed after payment to your PayPal email address.

Dates for your diary:

Wed 13th March :”WILDLIFE IN KENT”, a talk by Simon Ginnaw, Ornithologist, Woodland Officer, Tour Director & International Wildlife Guide.

Wed 24th April: Annual Plant Fair (venue tbc)

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Recent GDT events..come and join us for the next one!

We’ve had talks and demonstrations from the lovely ladies at Blooming Green. www.bloominggreenflowers.co.uk

We’ve been educated and entertained by the wonderful team at How Green Nurseries (.http://www.howgreennursery.co.uk)

We had a wonderful annual spring plant fair in the beautiful grounds of our Chairman’s country house…with many specialist plant suppliers braving the weather.

We’ve adored a visit to the first home of Vita Sackville-West & Harold Nicolson at Long Barns

We had a wonderful evening of music and canapés in the beautiful garden at Markbeech and celebrated our 50th Anniversary a few weeks later at stunning Gravetye Manor, where we had a delicious lunch and personalised tour of the gardens.

Back in the summer, Julie Simpson, Managing Director of the Wealden Times, drew our Grand Summer Raffle.  We’ve had the pleasure of telling people they had won wonderful stays at places Gravetye Manor, in Sussex, the Seckford Hall Hotel in Suffolk, and the Gliffaes Country House Hotel in Wales.  One lucky winner has won an afternoon with Helen Yemm, the acclaimed gardening writer, sorting out the winner’s own ‘thorny problems’, and another has won £150 Ever Edge vouchers.  Thank you to everyone who supported our raffle.