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PGG AGM 2014
October 3, 2014 : 10:00 am – 4:30 pm£20.00
The Grove Hotel, Hertfordshire
Book Online or contact Tony Arnold for this event.
The 2014 AGM of the Professional Gardeners Guild will be held at The Grove Hotel Hertfordshire. We are more than lucky to be privileged enough to hold our AGM at this prestigious venue and all thanks to David Roberts PGG member and Head Gardener who has overseen and been responsible for much of the restoration work that’s gone over recent years.
10.00 am Arrive. Tea/Coffee
10.30 am Tour of Gardens with David Roberts the Head Gardener
12.30 pm Lunch
2.15 pm AGM (Guild Members only)
4.00 pm Refreshments
4.30 pm Depart
Cost for the day £20.00
Read what The Grove has to say about its beautiful hotel:
The The Grove Hotel resort Hertfordshire, England. Welcome to London’s cosmopolitan country estate. You won’t believe we’re 30 mins from Heathrow, 17 mins from London Euston, 3 mins from the M25… we’re so nearby, you can switch off sooner. Time’s precious and every moment feels longer at The Grove. You’re surrounded by nature and there’s so much to do that you can spend days here and never do the same thing twice.
We have a Championship golf course, an award-winning Sequoia Spa, three restaurants and waste time in our lounges, bars, Walled Garden and woods. A very special luxury hotel resort
Lose yourself in our 300 amazing acres… so near London. Our hotel estate is so beautiful, it looks like the mature landscape in a George Stubbs painting… because it is! The painter used to cycle here to paint the horses in the stables. The Formal Gardens were designed by Wiltshire-based landscape architect Michael Balston. He included elements from the 18th century design but with a contemporary twist. Highlights include the serpentine borders and Rose Garden. The copper bowl at the head of our Grand Canal water feature was originally from a Scottish distillery.
Visit the website: http://www.thegrove.co.uk
Read the head gardeners blog: http://www.thegrove.co.uk/about-us/the-great-outdoors/gardeners-patch/
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