• Junior Film Club Nights
  • Film Club Nights
  • Senior's Christmas Lunch
  • Short Mat Bowls
  • Love Ballet
  • Yoga
  • Post Office
  • Cafe
  • Adult Ballet
  • Zumba
  • Gardening Club
  • Badminton

Gardening Club

We meet on the 4th Wednesday in the month, at 7.30pm in Boddington Village Hall. With over 200 members we are the largest gardening club in the area and cover Boddington, Byfield and surrounding villages.

We organise professional speakers, outings, social events and have an annual show. Additional benefits include monthly newsletter, discounted seeds and 10% discount from certain local garden centre’s.

For more details call our Chairperson, Brita Wood on 01327 260536 or Geoff Broad (Deputy Chairperson) on 01327 261479 or just come along to a meeting.


Boddington & District Gardners' Association "50th Anniversary Year"

2016 Year Planner

Unless otherwise stated in the Planner all meetings are held at Boddington Village Hall on the 4th Wednesday of each month and start at 7.30pm. Always check your Newsletter for up to date information and any additional events.

27th Jan

GQT Panel

BBC Gardeners Question Time (Ticket must be bought in advance see Newsletter)Doors open at 5.30pm – last admission 6.20pm.

24th Feb

Paul Moir from the Rococo Gardens, Painswick

Rococo Gardens - The History and Restoration of an 18th century Regency Playground - Painswick. A fascinating step back to a flamboyant and sensual period of English Garden Design, when gardens were almost theatrical sets used as a backdrop to decadent garden parties.

Talk and Plant Sale

23rd March

Paul Green of Green Leaves Nursery,Newent, Glos.

Plants for Spring Interest – Paul has a specialist plant nursery able to supply a wide selection of choice, rare and unusual plants.

Talk and Plant Sale

27th April

Chris Smith, Garden & Parks Manager, Canons Ashby

The Gardens at Canons Ashby

Canons Ashby is a rare surviving example of early 18th century garden design, typifying the formal style then fashionable. The layout and structural elements of the garden have remained the same ever since. In 2008 the garden underwent a restoration programme - while the ancient layout remains unchanged, new planting schemes have been implemented based on plans drawn in the 1800s by Sir Henry Dryden, evoking the character of the garden as it was in its Victorian heyday.


25th May

Escorted tour of the garden

Following on from the talk in April we have an evening visit to Canons Ashby (you need to make your own way there – full details will be in the BDGA Newsletter closer to the time)

Garden Visit

10th to 12th June  

Weekend away to the Gardens of East Sussex

Poms Tours BDGA

Sunday, 4th Sept  

BDGA Annual Show

28th Sept

BDGA Members

Members evening when we will have a series of short talks on garden topics

Talks & Plant Sale

28th Oct

Bob Flowerdew

To complete our Anniversary year we have invited Bob Flowerdew to come and talk to BDGA. Bob is a very well known organic gardener, broadcaster and author and presents talks around the country - “Wit & humour are planned but not guaranteed.” See Newsletter closer to the time for the subject of Bob’s talk.


25th Nov

Robert & Yvonne Longstaff

AGM to be followed by:

Growing Vegetables Organically - The Oxford Garden Project - Find out how to identify and improve your soil type, planning and cultivation, requirements of different types of vegetable, propagating, planting, harvesting and storing your crop.

AGM & Talk


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Boddington Village Hall
Warwick Road
Upper Boddington
NN11 6DH

Boddington Village Hall

01327 720025 / 01327 261742

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