Good Evening all, I trust this newsletter finds both you and your gardens in good health having survived the unseasonal ravages of desert heat in late May through into June; something, which was … more
When a group of 20 outstanding community nurses met back in Fife in February for a week-long residential organised by the Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland (QNIS), few of them would have … more
During this past year's review of our charity, a very clear message came from our community of Garden Openers and Volunteers of their strong commitment to their own nominated charities. Some 225 … more
Well apparently quite a lot is in our original name - Scotland's Gardens Scheme. Despite our name change to Scotland's Gardens several years ago, we are still know as "the Scheme". And … more
2016 was an amazing year of reflection and vision and has set the foundation for some very positive change and growth at Scotland’s Gardens (Scheme). At the 2016 Conference, we invited … more
There seems to be a pattern emerging in Scotland of springs being cold and wet. After the disappointing start to our season in 2015 we fared little better in 2016. Our snowdrop openings were … more
Good morning all and welcome to this new regular column in your newsletter from the Chairman.
Having worked with Scotland’s Garden Scheme for over ten years now I am both delighted and … more