Welcome

  • A garden with many different kinds of plants with lots of people sitting chatting.
  • A garden of flowering plants surrounded by lawn.
  • A garden with many different kinds of plants.
  • A group of orchids.

 

Since its formation in 1975 Ulladulla and Districts Garden Club has strived to:

  • Promote friendship though gardening
  • Help members extend their knowledge of gardening
  • Encourage civic beauty and preservation of the environment
  • Act in conjunction with similar groups with like interests

The Garden  Club has over 200 members and warmly welcomes visitors and new members to the Club’s monthly meetings and regular events.

The Ulladulla and Districts Garden Club meets on the last Monday of each month from January to November at 9 am for a 9.30 start at the Baptist Church, 215 Matron Porter Drive, Narrawallee. 

Next Meeting: Monday 25 March 2019 at 9am for a 9.30 start. At this meeting a Special Resolution to accept a new constitution will be presented for approval by members.

Guest Speakers: Sue-Ellen Harris and Evelyn May from Milton Rural Landcare plus sale of Landcare tubestock

March's competition is "Yellow delights"

Venue: Baptist Church, Matron Porter Drive, Narrawallee

The Minutes of each month's meeting are here

 

Proposed Changes to the Constitution

Changes to the Constitution have been proposed by the Committee for the consideration of members. These changes, folowing six months of consultation with members, have been consolidated into a new constitution. This constitution will be voted on  by members via a Special Resolution at the March 2019 meeting. To view the changes that are proposed refer to the marked up version of the proposed constitution.

In propoposing the new constitution, the committee has taken into account the current operation of the Garden Club due to introduction of new technology, members' suggestions, rremoval of outdated sub clauses and new requirements of the legislation and regulation that governs the management of incorporated associations in NSW (Associations Incorporation Act 2009). In accordance with the Act, the changes to the Constitution will be considered via a Special Resolution.