Our next Chester event
Thursday 8th November
The Chester Grosvenor 12 Noon - 2pm- Chester
Time - 10am registration for a 10.30am start
Presenter - Jane Bingham of The Cheshire Garden
Topic - Charities, Silver Gilt medals and 5 garden design Tips!
Jane and Penny will guide attendees through the top 5 tips for garden design.
Drawing on their extensive experience of design and planting, they will through the course of this seminar help budding gardeners and those that lack green fingers through the design process.
In sharing their fabulous experiences, notably on their route to a Silver Gilt medal at Tatton in 2017, for the Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity, Dementia Awareness Garden, they will also share their experience of designing their garden with their charity partner.
They will bring to life how by deepening your understanding of what you want your garden space to do for you - how it can help shape your approach and final design.
Where Jane and Penny focus is on the end user - this is what helps set them apart and ensure any garden design is personal, manageable and sustainable.
Members - £40.00 - Book Here
Non Members - £45.00 - Book Here
Come and join us at
OUR NEXT EVENT
Thursday 8th November
The Chester Grosvenor 12 Noon - 2pm
What members and guests say
"I have been a member of The Business Network Chester from the start and always come away from the seminars and lunches with great new connections, leads and a feeling that I am getting to know the business community in Chester more and more with every visit. At Clatterbridge Cancer Research our approach is very much long term and that suits the ethos of BNC, it?s not about hard sell and more about long term relationships and building up connections. This year Tracy has gone above and beyond and took part in our major fundraising event Come Dancing, as you would expect she gave it 110% and is our reigning champion! Huge thank you to Tracy and Hayley for really making us welcome every month and bringing a real benefit to the team at CCR"
Clatterbridge Cancer Research
"As a large organisation, its great to network with businesses in the local area, connect with the community and learn from others. So I would say come along - at the very least give it a chance - and the chances are you will feel better when you leave that when you started!"