Beyond the garden gate in Musbury

18:30 15 January 2014

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Musbury Garden Club welcomes back local garden designer Jenny Short for the first talk of the new year.

She will highlight a selection of distinctive gates and the gardens behind them. They will mostly be gateways into English gardens but will include a few from abroad to widen visitors’ horizons.

Garden gates can be both functional and decorative to mark the threshold of someone’s creative space.

With the current weather making gardening difficult this will be an ideal opportunity to get inspired and revive your enthusiasm!

The talk will start as usual at 7.30pm on Monday, January 20, at Musbury Village Hall.

Refreshments available from 7pm, before the talk.

Entry costs £2.50 (members £1.50).

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