TV gardener to give talk at Wymondham

Christine Walkden, the BBC's “no nonsense” gardener, is giving a talk on her long gardening career at Wymondham's Central Hall later this month. Featured on the BBC's Gardener's World, The One Show and Christine's Garden, she will be visiting the town on Tuesday, October 14 to talk about her long and varied career in gardening, and to answer all your garden queries.

Christine Walkden, the BBC's “no nonsense” gardener, is giving a talk on her long gardening career at Wymondham's Central Hall later this month.

Featured on the BBC's Gardener's World, The One Show and Christine's Garden, she will be visiting the town on Tuesday, October 14 to talk about her long and varied career in gardening, and to answer all your garden queries.

Organiser Joyce Reynolds said: “Christine is well known as a prolific writer, broadcaster and lecturer. But she is also very down-to-earth gardener with a passion for plants and a great gift of communicating and inspiring people with her ideas. For anyone who loves gardening, and would like helpful advice or tips for the future, this is an opportunity not to be missed.”

The event runs from 1.30pm to 4pm with stalls and refreshments also available. Tickets, priced £6, are available from Joyce Reynolds on 01953 604904, and proceeds are in aid of Wymondham Abbey funds.


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