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Coach Trip Bristol University Botanic Gardens & Yeo Valley Organic Garden, Somerset


Hardy Plant Society Devon Group with Devon Plant Heritage, coach Trip on Wednesday 25th August to University of Bristol Botanic Gardens & Yeo Valley Organic Garden 

Please contact Pam Millward 01803 782981 by 26th July to book a place or neilandpamela@talktalk.net

Cost: £30 per person including coach hire and entrances. It should be possible to buy lunch/tea at the relevant gardens. You can bring a picnic lunch to Bristol if you prefer.

Also your pick-up and drop-off point (Totnes or Tiverton Parkway Station)

Departure: 9.15am Totnes and 10.10am Tiverton Parkway Station

Leave Steamer Quay Car Park, Totnes, at 9.15am prompt, returning approx. 6.45pm (car parking charge £6.50).

There will be an additional pick-up at Tiverton Parkway Station at 10.10am. Anyone joining there may leave their car in the main station car park for £6.90 (ignore ‘rail users only’ notice).

Please indicate when applying if you wish to join at Tiverton and do try to car share.

Programme:

We plan to arrive around 11.45am at the Botanic Gardens and will be free to tour the plant collections in our own time.

The café serves sandwiches, salads and pastries. We will leave the Botanic Garden at 2.15 pm and drive to Yeo Valley Organic Garden overlooking Chew Valley Lake (approx. 40 mins.). We will have free range to enjoy the 6 acres of beautiful and colourful ornamental and edible organically grown plants, the fruit trees and meadows. Gardeners will be on hand to answer questions. www.yeovalley.co.uk

Leave 4.30pm. Arrive Tiverton Parkway approx. 5.30pm, Totnes approx. 6.45pm. The coach will be operated by Wood Brothers

 

Event Start Date 25 August 2021 9.00am
Event End Date 25 August 2021 7.00pm
Cost £30 per person, booking essential by 26th July
Event Location Coach Trip to Bristol University Botanic Gardens & Yeo Valley Organic Garden, Somerset
Bristol
Devon
Event Contact Pam Millward
Telephone 01803 782981
Contact neilandpamela@talktalk.net

Conserving the diversity of garden plants

eg: plant genus, common name, county, collection holder name.