Newsletter Archive

Ruddington Gardeners’ Association has again increased its membership during 2019 with more than 40 members and visitors attending many monthly meetings….Read more

2018 has been an excellent year for RGA. Our membership has exceeded 70, and meetings have attracted visitors from Sutton Bonington, East Leake, Gotham, Keyworth and Tollerton…. Read more

2017 has been another busy year for RGA.  The buzz and general chat at the beginning and end of meetings has indicated, hopefully, that the Committee has been “getting it right” for members. RGA has also attracted members and visitors from Keyworth, East Leake, Sutton Bonington and Kegworth…. Read more

This is the fourth Newsletter of the Ruddington Gardeners’ Association which summarises the Open Meetings and Social Activities of 2016. As in previous years, our Open Meetings have been held on the last Wednesday of each month at The Hermitage Centre, Wilford Road, with 24 – 40 persons attending each event…. Read more

2015 has been another successful year for RGA with a varied programme of activities. Graham Wagstaffe, an expert grower of high quality exhibition vegetables and a Fellow of the National Vegetable Society, started our year in fine form with his talk “Vegetables in Confined Spaces” (28th January)… Read more

2014 has been a year in which the RGA has built upon the foundation laid during its “resurrection year” of 2013, with a varied programme of activities. The AGM on 29th January 2013 resulted in a new Committee with all those elected integrating very well into their different tasks during the last 12 months….Read more

The last 12 months has been a “resurrection year” for RGA. Our very successful Christmas Social on 6th December 2012 was the first occasion that enabled members to meet on an informal basis. The last Wednesday of each month at the Hermitage at 7.30pm was set as our “regular” time for open meetings, with the AGM on 23rd January 2013 resulting in the election of the new committee and details of the programme for 2013.Read more