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 The Warmington Horticultural Society (WHS) is affiliated with the Royal Horticultural Society. We are over 100 years old and have a thriving membership with many activities throughout the year.

Our biggest fundraiser is our fantastic yearly plant sale at the village hall each May which has customers queuing from early morning!

We also organise and run the hugely successful Warmington Village Show (fourth Saturday in July) which seems to grow bigger every year and includes baking, jams, preserves as well as fruit and vegetables, children's categories and an immense range of talents in the handicrafts sections, truly something for everyone!

We have a guest speaker at least twice a year.

We are a friendly and welcoming group. Membership costs £3 per year.

To find out more please contact Pat Rhodes 01832 280 498

Event News:

New committee members wanted!

Would you be interested in joining the committee? You don’t have to be a keen horticulturist, just enthusiasm to get involved in a longstanding village society. It’s a great way to meet new people while helping to organise events.
Please contact Mike Palmer to discuss this further. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Warmington Annual Village Garden and Crafts Show

The annual show is an opportunity for villagers from Warmington and the surrounding area to enter a variety of classes to showcase their skills and create a wonderful display in the Village Hall. It is a great social occasion and there is also the chance to win prizes! There are around 130 classes within categories of gardens, flowers, vegetables, flower arranging, cookery and crafts. There are specific classes for children. It’s a fun and friendly show and we’re keen to help new exhibitors.

The annual show next year takes place on Saturday 27 July 2019. Printed schedules will be distributed to society members. You can download a PDF version of the 2018 schedule which includes the list of the classes and further information about the show and exhibiting by clicking here. A sample entry form can be downloaded by clicking here


2018-2019 Calendar of Events:

We normally have five or six events throughout the year. These include talks, walks, garden visits, our AGM in March, the Plant Sale in May, and the Annual Garden and Crafts Show in July.

26 November-Port Tasting with AMPS Fine Wines, 7:30pm


4 February- Winter Lecture: A talk about Cliveden and Lyveden by Mark Bradshaw, General Manager, National Trust, 7:30pm

4 March- AGM and a talk about growing organic carrots by Andrew Burgess, Director of Produce World, 7:30pm

11 May- Annual Plant Sale, 9am-12pm

27 July- Annual Village Garden and Crafts Show