These photos were sent in by Emily & Erin Dee and have their own captions:

The Brimpsfield & Mid-Cotswold Garden Society, founded in 1971, serves the villages in the area between Gloucester and Cirencester.  As well as our annual Show, we organise occasional outings for members, a spring plant sale and a summer garden party and hold winter meetings with a horticultural theme and a strong social element.  Members benefit from a discount at Dundry Nurseries, Staverton and can take advantage of significantly reduced prices through our bulk order with Dobies Seeds.
We aim to be a friendly society and we welcome anyone with an interest, however general, in gardens and gardening.

Contact the Secretary, Frances Ellery  for further information - Tel: 01452 862412 or email: 

Making use of some use of some drink and washing powder containers-plus an old shower rack. I’ve since painted the metal and it looks a bit nice. 

It was suggested by Jan Evans that we put on the webpage a gallery of photos of what gardening we've been doing in lockdown and are proud of, with some explanatory text.

The first of these is a photo of what Frances has been doing - entitled 'Frances has been sowing seeds'.

An Interesting Piece on the Women's Land Army From Jan Evans:

​​VE Day 75th Anniversary
As a group of passionate gardeners, I wonder how much many of us know about the British Women’s Land Army. With the 75th Anniversary of VE Day, it seems a fitting tribute to acknowledge their efforts to fuel the nation. 

​To read more Click Here

The Brimpsfield and Mid-Cotswold Garden Society is a member of the Gloucestershire Federation of Garden Societies and to find out more, click on the link below.

Glos Federation of Gardening Societies' Autumn newsletter has a lot of news about garden-related events Click here.

It is also available on their website at

​​​Page last updated and checked - 11/11/2020

The second (below) is a photo of what Jan Evans has been doing - entitled "The veggie patch is for once looking quite organised!" 

A Report (& pictures) on the Garden Society Outing to Daglingworth House from Jan Evans

The sun shone for us whilst we enjoyed a visit to the delightful gardens of Daglingworth House. The owners, David and Etta Howard, are more than keen gardeners, and we enjoyed a private escorted tour with Etta providing informative detail, ably supported by her gardener Bill. The two acre garden included a walled garden, temple, grotto, herbaceous borders, with the pond and cascade adding to the features of this lovely garden. A sunken garden and reflective pool are new projects being worked on during our visit, and I look forward to seeing it completed in the near future.

This is a ladder I bought 2nd hand and painted it to make a nice pot stand. A neighbour left me a tiny pot with a Sweetcorn seedling on my car one evening, when we were clapping for the keyworkers. 1st time I’ve ever had one in my garden, it has since turned purple/red. I’ve learned that it may have too much sugar. Maybe I shouldn’t have planted it In the same pot with beans?

My first ever white radish. 

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Time to sort your plot out for the winter, but don’t be too tidy – leave some seedheads standing as food for the birds, and some piles of leaves for hedgehogs and other mammals to shelter in. It’s also a good time to mulch your flowerbeds and especially vegetable beds; this will add organic matter to the soil, protect plants from the cold and help stop weeds from germinating, but lay the mulch on the bare soil between the plants and keep it away from plant stems and shoots so that they don’t rot.​

A birthday card I drew for my Dad inspired from my Brimpsfield iris.

Garden Society AGM.

Postponed UFN​

Pictures from the Garden Society's talk and class on Willow weaving held on Saturday 7th December

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Next Garden Society Committee meeting

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The Brimpsfield & Mid-Cotswold Garden Society's Virtual Show is still available and you can access

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We hope you enjoy the Show!