The club was set up in 1953 by those enthused with a love of flowers, garden plants and floral design. In that year Constance Spry visited, giving members a slide show. Quite something in those days!
In 2018 we celebrated our 65th 'Blue Sapphire' Anniversary with a lunch and speeches.
We are the oldest flower club in Kent and members' dedication has made the club flourish.
We are affiliated to the National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies (NAFAS) and the Kent Area of NAFAS, who provide training for demonstrators, judges, speakers and teachers thereby supporting clubs in their activities.
We meet on the second Tuesday of every month except January and August. As you will see from our programme, we have either a demonstration, a workshop or a speaker, as well as other outings and social gatherings.
Visitors are most welcome, so do please come and join us for an interesting afternoon at Otford Village Hall.
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We are sure it will come as no surprise to learn that we have had to cancel a number of meetings due to the coronavirus outbreak. Sadly we do not yet know when we will be able to meet again. We are so sorry not to be seeing everyone…Read More
We were joined at our March meeting by Vijay Bhatia, an Area Demonstrator from the London & Overseas Area, who gave a fascinating demonstration titled ‘Out of Africa’.Read More
Our February meeting including our Annual General Meeting, and the afternoon went very well with the business proceeding smoothly. Following on, we took tea and delicious home made cake before being given a talk by Steve EdneyRead More
Our November meeting was a special one as it also included our Members’ Day. It was a very happy occasion with Graham King giving us a workshop with a difference.Read More