Bromley and District Horticultural Society is a member or friend
of the following clubs an, societyies and organisations:
Investigation of the natural history of North and West Kent, particularly
in Bromley & Orpington. Knowledge gained is available to all
Welcome to the Hayes Horticultural Society. Each year, since 1892
, the society has - bar two world wars and a few name changes
- brought a highly individual splash of colour to community life
as the best in flowers and vegetables go on show.
Much has changed since we were established in 1922, but our aims
have remained the same - to encourage interest in gardening, to
promote discussion between members and to hold competitive Horticultural
Shows and interesting talks monthly.
Orpington and District Archaeological Society. Monthly meetings
in Orpington Priory (Museum). ODAS promotes the study of archaeology
in the Upper Cray Valley by undertaking excavations, carrying
out research into the archaeology of the area and encouraging
public interest through meetings and visits.
Welcome to my Scadbury Park website. You will find information
here about the owners, history and wildlife of this historic site,
as well as information about walks
Bromley beekeepers are a very friendly mixed crowd of all generations
who share a common interest in beekeeping. We have regular meetings
at the branch apiary and have a excellent lecture programme during
the winter months at our club house.
With 12 local beekeeping branches in the Kent Beekeepers Association
there are always bee lectures and demonstrations happening in
The South London Botanical Institute provides facilities for the
study of plants including ecology and conservation, and aims to
encourage interest in all aspects of plant life.
The website of Britain's gardening charity - the Royal Horticultural
Society (RHS) - is the gateway to gardening. The RHS is the world's
leading horticultural organisation and the UK's leading gardening
charity. Our aim is to protect Britain's gardening heritage and
help gardeners everywhere.
from other websites are normally reciprocated, subject to content,
applicability, not involving the secretary taking sides in any
way and the secretary being informed.