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Cheam & Cuddington Horticultural Society (CCHS) was founded in 1893 and has maintained close ties with the local community during its long and prestigious history. The object of the Society is the promotion, advancement and enjoyment of horticulture and gardening.
The Society holds two shows a year, three informal evening meetings and an annual quiz as well as producing four annual newsletters and a schedule that defines the classes of entries for the summer and autumn shows.
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CCHS Make Sales and Influence People at the Cheam Charter Fair
This year’s Charter Fair took place on Saturday the 18th May in Cheam Village. It was a slow start, but sales were steady and picked up during the day. The tables were full of house and garden plants and vegetable seedlings grown and donated by members. Volunteers from the Society were very sociable and spent a great deal of time talking about plant care and horticultural issues in general.
With a Successful Summer Show Behind us - The Society Gears up for Our Autumn Show 14th September
The Summer Show was a great success. The photos taken by David Smith have now been posted in the gallery.
Gardening is healthy and rewarding. Come and see what local gardeners grew this year.
Mark your calendars now for the Autumn Show: Saturday 14th September
Locally grown flowers, fruits and vegetables will be on display as well as domestic and children’s classes. For an idea of what there is to see, go to the picture gallery of previous shows.
The Show will be open to the public from 2-4:30 at St Dunstan’s C of E Primary School, Anne Boleyn’s Walk, Cheam, Surrey SM3 8DF. In addition to the exhibition, plants and refreshments are on sale and there is a raffle. There is ample free parking in the school grounds.
Cheam and Cuddington Horticultural Society is a friendly society and the object of the Society is the promotion, advancement and enjoyment of horticulture and gardening. Admission is free to members, 50p to non-members and you can join on the day for £3.50.