Professional Gardeners Guild to hold AGM in Scotland

The Annual General Meeting of the Professional Gardeners Guild this year will be held at Floors Castle in Roxburgshire, Scotland on 3 October.

The meeting will include reports from the chairman, president, treasurer and vice chairmen in various regions, including south, north, Scotland, Ireland and USA.

There will also be elections for committee officers including chairman, secretary, vice chairman south, vice chairman Scotland and membership secretary. Tony Arnold is standing for re-election as chairman and Margi Comeau as secretary.

The cost of the day is £20, including a lunch in the Courtyard Restaurant.

Garden visits around the AGM will include a visit to Mellerstein on Friday 2 October for £10, with a tour from head gardener Gordon low, and a visit on Sunday morning to Stella and David Rankin’s garden and the nursery at Kevock Garden Plants, Lasswade.

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