Prestbury Flower Club

Are you looking for new ways to relax or be creative?  Then why not join us at Prestbury Flower Club and spend an afternoon watching skilled Area and National level floral demonstrators transform flowers and foliage into wonderful designs, contemporary and traditional. We learn about new flowers and types of foliage from the demonstrator as the design evolves. Have a question?  The demonstrator will be happy to answer it. To accompany each design we often find the demonstrators have their own fund of stories and experiences which they can’t resist telling. Even better, enter our raffle following the demonstration and you may find yourself taking home one of the beautiful designs.

In addition to flower arranging demonstrations we offer workshops and competitions during the year to start you on your flower arranging journey or extend your skills. We have a super sales table for all your floral requisites and hold a plant sale in May, a giant December sale with Christmas wreaths and goods on offer.  A cake sale has been known to pop up too!

Since opening our doors in 1965, we have become a large, friendly club who loves to welcome visitors and new members alike. We have fun, and new friendships are fostered as we enjoy lunches during the year, visits to gardens and flower shows when possible and more recently a lovely summer Garden Party.  Join in any of the activities and you will soon get to know us, or just come and watch the demonstrations and relax, it is entirely up to you.  You will be made very welcome.

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Contact the Club

To find out about visiting or joining our club call Marguerite Wahab on 01625 828 853 or by using our contact form.

Our visitor fee is currently £7.

To join we have an annual membership fee of £45.

Club Meetings

We meet at Prestbury Village Hall, Macclesfield Road, Prestbury, SK10 4BW at 1.45pm on 1st Wednesday (except Jan, Feb and August). Parking on site or nearby.

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NB: You can download a PDF version of the programme here. Please note that if you decide to print it then it may use a lot of colour ink. If you wish to print it may be better to do so in black and white.