Fun at the Kew Horticultural Society Show

Update 30/08/2017

We were incredibly lucky to have glorious weather for the Kew Horticultural Flower & Produce Show on Kew Green last Saturday, now in its 73rd year.

Congratulations to all those hard working volunteers from the Kew Horticultural Society.

Here are a few photos of the day.

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Event Information:

  • Wed
    6.30pm - 8.30pmThe National Archives

    The talk by Emma Hall and Roger St Paul, West London Waste Authority,
    on Waste and Recycling was the basis for a lively, interesting and
    well-attended evening of discussions and ideas.

    The presentation can be found on by clicking this link

    During questions suggestions were made that Richmond Council could improve
    communication on re-cycling options and introduce easy ways to aid
    recycling in addition to the Townmead Road Re-use and Recycling Centre.

    The statistics regarding waste and recycling were an eye-opener !

    It was noted that Kew The Music 2016 had its own environmental champion
    looking after the green side of things, from how to improve fuel
    management to encouraging guests to recycle. 100% of the music series
    waste has been recycled - all 18 tonnes of it! A model for all"


    Don't miss this important talk by Emma Hall from The West London Waste Authority who has kindly agreed to come and talk to Kew Society members about the impact of waste on our community.

    Doors open at 6.30pm & talk starts at 7pm.

    To book on line here (with fees)

    To pay by cheque (without fees) down load the form here





    Link to the West London Waste Authority