The website will be your view into the BNCS along with the Yearbook and Newsletters
We hope you find your visits to the website interesting and informative.
If you would like to join the society we have a membership page with full details
scroll down the menu on the left for the link
!Excellent Result at RHS Malvern!
We won a RHS Gold Medal at the 2015
RHS Malvern Three Counties Spring Festival An excellent achievement from all involved
We are open for applications for the Judges exam anyone interested in an application package should contact Peter Booker for details.
Peter can be contacted on email@example.com
BNCS Classifications List
follow the link to Classifications page
Go to the new International page for an in depth insight into Pinks in Japan from our member Mr. Munenori Hosoya
International 2 has an article from Mr. Al Maas from Michigan USA
It is with deep sadness we have to inform you of the passing of Roy Holden former Chairman of our society.
For those wishing to attend the funeral will take place at Heath Church on Thursday the 30th of July.
There will be a service at 12.50 and then onto the Crematorium at Brimington.
This will be followed by a celebration of Roy's Life at the Telmere Lodge
For satnavs please use the post code S44 5SE (this is the pub around the corner)
for the Crematorium the post code is S43 1AU
Quicklinks to popular pages and pages not in the menu
The Schedule is now ready for download. As the schedule is in A5 booklet format when downloaded from a pdf file it will print as single sheets unless your printer can print duplex, if you would prefer the booklet you can request one from Gary Hammerton at firstname.lastname@example.org When writing a stamp would be much appreciated.
Due to the growing number of requests to find cultivars and the limited space on the home page we have moved these to the bottom of the Faq's page follow the link to view. Please check regularly Thank You Dennis
Electrical Safety First
We are always looking for ways to help protect ourselves from accidents in the garden Electrical Safety First formely the Electrical Safety Council have introduced a website which may be of some help in preventing accidents in the garden and the home to view the site please click the link below