BBC Radio 4’s Gardeners’ Question Time at The Edge
The University Gardening Club is delighted to be hosting BBC Radio 4’s Gardeners’ Question Time.
Join the audience for one of BBC Radio’s longest-running shows. Whether you have a garden to rival Chelsea Flower Show, an allotment full of vegetables, or just a few pots of spindly herbs on the windowsill, bring your gardening questions and put them to the show’s panel of horticultural experts, chaired by Eric Robson.
Tickets are £4.50 and are open to all, first come first served. Please visit or contact the Edge Box Office to secure your place.
The landscape has always been an important part of the University. The campus has a horticulturally diverse range of plants and trees, including a National Collection of Yew (Taxus). Our Landscape Team has won numerous Bath in Bloom prizes, most recently a Silver Gilt for environmental projects in 2014 and a Gold Award community winner prize in 2015.
The University Gardening Club is also celebrating its 50th anniversary, having been created shortly after the University’s foundation. The Club has 200 members and is open to anyone with an interest in gardening. We hold monthly meetings during term-time, bringing eminent speakers to the University from around the world. Annual membership costs £20 (£10 for University staff and students, with the first visit free). Further details about the Club are available from the Membership Secretary, Anne Pacey, firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find out more about Gardeners’ Question Time here.