A chilly February has set upon us ……. maybe I will get out a bit more in the garden? Or maybe not? Those below zero temperatures are not good for us fair weather gardeners. Anyway, there is not much you can do this time of year, well that’s my excuse.
So instead, I have been tending our website (with a lot of help from Di) and I am pleased to say that thanks to our contributors we are seeing some significant growth in the number of visitors and views.
If you keep informed by email or through social media you may have noticed the increasing volume of posts? What you may not have noticed are the updated and the new pages.
Here is a summary of “what’s new” on the rest of the site:
HORLEY CORRESPONDENT (Lucy) has shared new events outside the village that you can attend:
- THE THREE H’S GARDENING CLUB – There was no meeting in January but the next is on Tuesday February 10 on Flowers of the Georgian Caucasus and there will be a slide show and talk, given by Peter Sheasby. The Gardening Club meet in Hornton Pavilion at 7.30 on the second Tuesday each month. All welcome.
- W.I. – The next meeting takes place next Feb 5 and it is a talk on the history of fragrance. The competition is a perfume bottle and members of the committee are encouraging everyone to enter if possible. The meeting is at 7.30 in the Chapel, Hornton. All welcome, especially new members!
- WARRINER SCHOOL LAMBING WEEKEND – This weekend sees lambing in full swing at the Warriner school farm. The farm will be open to students, their families and members of the public between 2 and 4 on Saturday February 7 and Sunday February 8. Refreshments will be available including delicious home-made cakes. The Warriner Farm Shop will also be open so pop along to what is sure to be an exciting weekend.