Following our successes at RHS Tatton 2019, we had an enjoyable social evening with guests, Miss Ashleigh Scott and Miss Gemma Lynch of St Peter and Paul School and the children who designed and built their show garden.  The children confidently talked about their experiences and what they had learned. They took questions from society members and demonstrated how their horticultural knowledge had developed.  Miss Scott and Miss Lynch then presented them with Certificates of Recognition for their hard work. I then followed and shared what a positive experience Tatton had been both personally and for society members.  The theme of our Constant Food Garden generated high levels of interest during the show and afterwards.  On this website we had in excess of 1,000 hits from the contacts made at the show. 

It was rewarding talking to show visitors about the project and sharing with them our desire for a more sustainable future.