The WFGA is renowned for the comprehensive programme of activities organised every year. Groups are limited in size to enable those attending to benefit from working closely with the tutor and other members of the group.
The Association enjoys access to some of the best gardens in Britain and works with designers, gardeners and lecturers who are committed to promoting education. Tours and visits are designed to enable members to enjoy the experience whilst travelling alone at no extra cost involved.
WFGA members receive priority for bookings and places are quickly snapped up, however there are opportunities for friends and family members to join tours and visits.
If you are not a member but there is an activity you would like to attend please ring the office to see if there are places available
To see pictures of some workshops and activities see www.wfga.wordpress.com
To see details for forthcoming workshops please go to Events and Workshops.
WFGA also arranges Workdays or Practical Skills Days – these are practical hands-on experience days that only members of WFGA may attend – they obtain full details by logging on and going to the Members Only pages.
Practical Skills Days in the forthcoming programme include -
6 th July - Summer Pruning of Espalier Pears - Norfolk
8th July - Summer Pruning of Hardy Shrubs - Wiltshire
11th July - Topiar Skills day - Worcestershire
13th July - Iris Propagation - Yorkshire
19th July - Summer Pruning of Fruit Trees - Kent