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SE&EA: Heathfield, East Sussex

June 24 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm

We look forward to meeting you for the first SE Meeting of the year. We will be lead in the morning by Peter Clare.
The meeting place in the morning is in Heathfield. We meet at the bottom corner of the Co-op car park, in Heathfield, the entrance to which is opposite the fire station, at the western end of the High Street (A265). If coming from the direction of Tunbridge Wells, the car park entrance is on the left, as soon as the High Street comes into view. Post code TN21 8JD grid ref. TQ 478 214.
For lunch you can bring a packed lunch there being benches at the venue or you can buy a lunch at:-
1) the Co-op cafe
2) a few small eateries on Heathfield High Street
3) the Prince of Wales Pub, 15 minutes walk, 5 mins drive which is in the process of being refurbished and Peter will advise suitability on the day!

Afternoon Linden, Swife Lane, Broad Oak, Heathfield TN21 8UT
After lunch, we have been invited by Pat and Grace’s friend, Janet Bond to see her developing collection of ferns in her beautiful garden where we will tour the garden helping with identifying the ferns and sharing tips on their cultivation as well as looking at her collection of herbaceous flowers, fruit and vegetable gardens, along with her parrots.
Janet has plenty of space to plant many more ferns so do feel free to bring a few along.
We will end the day in our long, established fashion with tea and cakes in Janet’s beautiful relaxing garden..

It is essential to know how many to expect to help with seating and catering so can you please let Paul or I know if you are intending to come.
Paul: paul@ripleyconsulting.co.uk tel:01233 758410 mob: 07083 499066.
Pat: pat.acock@btinternet.com tel:01689820183.

Details

Date:
June 24
Time:
10:30 am - 5:00 pm
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Organizer

Peter Clare

Venue

Co-op Car Park
110 High St
Heathfield, TN21 8JD United Kingdom
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