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Gardening Club

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Do you have no garden of your own? Are you interested in making your local area more attractive with flower and plant displays?

Since 2006 over 100 residents of all ages have joined one of our 28 clubs, even winning at the BBC Gardeners’ World competition.

Gardening Clubs receive vouchers for plants and equipment, together with advice on gardening and aspects of health and safety.

Become a member

If you are interested in becoming a member please send an email to Getinvolved@barnethomes.org or call Deborah Beckford on 020 8359 5307.

Stay up to date

Follow the Barnet Homes Gardening Clubs on their blog for fascinating tips around gardening and regular updates on their activities.

Work with us

If you have an interesting gardening-related project idea or know of any other opportunities that might be of interest for the Barnet Homes Gardening Club, we’d love to hear from you

Garden Clubs (Updated April 2017)

  1. Lower Fosters
  2. Alexandra Rd
  3. Brownswell Road
  4. Cheshir House
  5. Christchurch Close
  6. Coleswood
  7. Deansbrook Close
  8. Finch Close
  9. Gadsbury Close
  10. Hanshaw Drive
  11. Lancaster Rd
  12. Little Larkins
  13. Martins Walk
  14. Newlands Place
  15. North Road
  16. Prospect Place
  17. Rectory Close
  18. Robson Court
  19. Rosa Freedman
  20. Sheldon court
  21. St. John’s Close
  22. Tadbourne Court
  23. The Potteries
  24. Victoria Garden
  25. West Hendon
  26. Wimbush
  27. Woodburn Close

Finest Flowers Competition

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In 2007 we launched what is now our annual finest flower competition, to encourage residents to take pride in their homes and neighbourhoods. A judging panel consisting of Barnet Group Board members, staff and residents from our scrutiny group, PAG visit every garden entered into the Summer competition.

Winners receive gardening vouchers and are presented with a certificate at our annual resident awards event. The competition is increasingly popular with residents and the standard gets higher every year, making a real impact across our estates and homes.

Categories include;

  • Best Front/Back Garden
  • Best New Gardener
  • Best Communal Garden
  • Best Garden in a Sheltered Scheme
  • Geoff Beddingfield Award – for outstanding efforts within the gardening community

Click here to download a nomination form for Finest Flowers 2017.