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KEEP in touch with North East gardening and floral events through this column every Saturday.

Monday, February 1 Rosecarpe Horticultural Society, talk, Historic Gardens of the North East, by John Grundy, Civic Centre, Gateshead, 7pm.

Wednesday, February 3 Longtown (Carlisle) Horticultural Society, talk, Wildlife of the North Pennines, by Brian Jeffrey, Memorial Hall Community Centre, 7.30pm.

Thursday, February 4 Stocksfield South of Tyne Flower Club, demonstration, Ukulele Lady, by area demonstrator Carol Hunter of Morpeth, Community Centre (SICA), 1.45pm.

Durham Flower Club, AGM and musical recital, Sherburn Village Community Hall, 2pm.

Cestrian Flower Club, demonstration, Woodland Treasures, by Rita Braithwaite of Barnard Castle, Park View Community Centre, 7.15pm.

Northumberland Fuchsia Society, plant workshop, St Matthew's Church hall, West Road, Ponteland, 7.30pm.

Woodlands Park (North Gosforth) Floral Art Club, AGM and talk, The National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies, by Tony Cleaver, Daverson Hall, Elmwood Avenue, 7.45pm.

Monday, February 8 Hexham and District Flower Club, demonstration, Spring is in the Air, by Wendy Smith, Torch Centre, Corbridge Road, 2pm.

Alpine Garden Society - North East England Group, talk, 101 Ways to Murder an Alpine, by Professor David Rankin, St Mary's Hall, Thornhill Road, Ponteland, 7.30pm.

Whickham Flower Club, demonstration, My Love of Flowers, by Amelia Forrester, Community Centre, 7.30pm.

Tuesday, February 9 Chester-le-Street Chrysanthemum and Dahlia Society, meeting, Relton Working Men's Club, Relton Terrace, 7.30pm.

Durham and Northumberland Fuchsia Society, meeting, Community Centre, Bowburn, 7.30pm.

Houghall Horticultural Society, talk, The Winter Garden, by John Sanderson, Conference Hall, Houghall College, Durham, 7.30pm.

Washington and District Fuchsia Society, meeting, Millennium Centre, Washington town centre, 7.30pm.

Wednesday, February 10 Callerton Garden and Flower Club, demonstration, Surprises, by area demonstrator Karl Brunton, Memorial Hall, Ponteland, 2pm.

Gardening organisations are invited to send programmes to Peter Surridge, 2 Woodland Avenue, Meols, Wirral CH47 5BA - to arrive at least a fortnight in advance - for inclusion free in this weekly column. Include time of event and enclose a name and daytime phone number.
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