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Mortimer and District Flower Circle

Mortimer and District Flower Circle

Mortimer and District Flower Circle was formed in 1975 and meets every 2nd Monday in the month at 7.45pm at the St John’s Church Hall, West End Lane, Mortimer Common, Reading, Berkshire, RG7 3TF.  The club currently has 65 members and our annual membership fee is £30.  Visitors are always welcome (£6 per meeting).

For our flower arranging competitions, an exhibit is an arrangement of plant material.  The material may be fresh, dried or preserved, use with or without accessories and in any style and size according to the exhibitor’s choice, unless the competition lays down special requirements.  Doors open at 7.15pm and competition entries to be in place by 7.35pm.

Tickets will be on sale for the Open Meeting in December at the September meeting.

For further details about the club, please email Karen Roberts or call 07501 926883.


Club Programme 2018

DayDateMonthEventPresented byTitle
MonJanNo Meeting
Mon12MarDemonstrationJennifer ThompsonA Floral Workout
Mon12MarCompetitionTulips all the Way
Mon9AprDemonstrationSue Aston (Surrey)Metalogy
Mon9AprCompetitionApril Showers - a design featuring water
Mon14MayDemonstrationLorena DyerA Moment in Time
Mon14MayCompetitionDarling Buds of May
Mon11JunDemonstrationAnnette UrquhartReady to Roll
Mon11JunCompetitionA Basket of Garden Delights
Mon9JulDemonstrationTheresa RodriguesCelebrations in Malaysia
Mon9JulyCompetitionFaraway Places
Mon13AugDemonstrationMelanie SmithFlowers Bring Smiles
Mon13AugCompetitionFramed - A design featuring a frame
Mon10SepDemonstrationWendy LawrenceTo be advised
Mon10SeptCompetition - Tickets will be on sale for the Open Meeting in DecemberHarvest Time
Mon1OctWorkshop - No Competition
Mon12NovDemonstration To be confirmedTo be confirmed
Mon12 NovCompetitionRemember, Remember
Mon10DecOpen Meeting - No competitionJohn ChennellThe Magic of Christmas

Club Programme 2019

DayDateMonthEventPresented byTitle
MonJanNo Meeting
Mon11MarDemonstrationEmily BronheadIn Print
Mon11MarCompetitionWhere the March Wind Blows