West Midlands Group

West Midlands

Meetings Information:

We normally meet on the 2nd Monday of each month, Bank Holidays permitting!

Winter Program:

From September to the following March or April meetings are held at The Friends Meeting (Quaker) House, corner of St James Road & George Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, unless otherwise stated on the program and/or web site.

Entry cost is £3.00, unless we have an extra special speaker and it may be higher, entry includes a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit (or 2 if you so wish!). Non members are also most welcome. Members are welcome to bring along plants to sell.

Summer Program:

Plant sales and outdoor garden visits are organised, all are welcome to attend and anyone can help at sales! If you have your own plants to sell please bring them along, double labelled, funds raised are split equally between the group and the member. Call Madeleine Jones for more information on 01676 534772.

Directions to The Friends Meeting House:

From Islington Row, travelling towards Five Ways Island, just before the traffic lights, take the left hand slip road on to Wheeleys Road. Turn 1st right on to St James Road, your will find the Meeting House on the crossroads of St James Road & George Road.
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From Five Ways island take the exit on to Calthorpe Road which is also sign posted to The Botanic Gardens, turn 1st left into St James Road which is just at the end of the bus stops. Cross over the Frederick Road cross roads and find the Meeting House on the corner of St James Road & George Road.
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Key Contacts

Mrs Madeleine Jones (Secretary/Group Co-ordinator)
 

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