Pose questions for leading gardeners at Public Hall

PUBLISHED: 06:30 11 September 2015

The EDP's Alan Gray is among the leading gardening experts taking part in the Gardeners' Forum.

The EDP's Alan Gray is among the leading gardening experts taking part in the Gardeners' Forum.


The Public Hall in Beccles has teamed up with some of Norfolk’s leading gardening experts for Gardeners’ Forum taking place on Sunday, October 25.

The forum comprises EDP’s Alan Gray, BBC Radio Norfolk’s Garden Party panellist Ian Roofe and Bob Coutts - well loved local professional gardener who has supported the hall with his very popular practical talks and demonstrations.

Renowned local organic gardener, Waveney District and Beccles Town Councillor Graham Elliott will be hosting the panellists for this first of its kind event starting at 2pm, doors open at 1.30pm, and tickets are £8.

The panel will be on hand to answer your gardening-related questions, followed by a book sale, raffle and refreshments.

Please submit your questions in writing in advance to Sue Bergin c/o Beccles Public Hall or by email to

The new What’s On programme for October, November and December 2015 is out now with details of the 2016 calendar and Grand Christmas draw as well as details of all the events for the rest of the year.

Visit the temporary box office on the Station Road side of the Hall for ticket sales or visit or ring 01502 770060.

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