For anybody that wants to visit Lodder BV this is a very good opportunity for a great show and lots of bargains. This year the ‘Lodder’s open days’ will be the weekend of 8th and 9th of March. There will be many stands of Japanese arts and crafts, Sushi lovers will get their money’s worth. On Saturday there will also be performances from the Kung Fu Academy, traditionally they bring a spectacular dragon dance.
Dan & Cecilia Barton have donated some fantastic pots for our Winter Show raffle, you can see some more of the vast range of unique, exquisite pots he makes on their website. Come along and try and win one, or alternatively buy one, they will be joining us at the show.
Thank you to Chris Guise for donating these brilliant carving tools to the Swindon Show raffle. Chris for anyone who has yet to see it is the creator of the most exquisite Biblo Baggins bonsai house entitled Bag End Bonsai Trayscape. He is also a bonsai enthusiast from the local area in Maidenhead and is a mechanical engineer by trade.
Tonight Chairman Paul, along with Reg proposed their action plan for our upcoming show a week on Sunday. Terry Adams then took centre stage, sharing a few slides and his thoughts about his visits to the Japanese gardens of Brooklyn and San Francisco.
Erin Pots has kindly donated some fantastic pots for our upcoming Winter Show. A big thank you to Vic from Erin pots from all of us, Vic has annually donated pots for the raffle at the show and has demonstrated continued support. The pots are bonafide pieces of art, I thoroughly recommend having a look through Erin’s online catalogue.