Annual Flower Show 2018
This years show was packed with hundreds of stunning exhibits. Massive congratulations to everyone who entered and thanks to all that attended, it was a fabulous day!
We cannot wait until next year and look forward to seeing you all!
Annual Flower Show 2017
Last years show was a fantastic event with huge community support.
Annual Flower Show 2016 This show was a huge success thanks to the fantastic community support.
Visit to Geilston Gardens and Hill House 2016
For our annual summer outing in June 2016 we visited the beautiful and historic Geilston Gardens and Hill House. The garden at Geilston was developed over 200 years ago and comprises of a large walled garden, a kitchen garden and woodland area.
Hill House is a visually arresting mix of Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau, Scottish Baronial and Japonisme architecture and design.
Annual Flower Show 2015
This was a big, big show and a great community event. Well done to all who took part and made it such a lovely day. There was a record number of people entering online, and lots of new entrants and visitors. We’re looking forward to next year already!
Visit to Abbotsford House
In June 2015 our annual summer outing took place at Abbotsford House in the Scottish Borders followed by High Tea at Carfraemills. This was the home of Sir Walter Scott and one of Scotland’s most fascinating places. We explored the historic house and discover a treasure trove of intriguing objects and unusual artefacts which inspired Scott’s greatest poems and novels.
Our Annual Flower Show was back at The Brunton in Musselburgh in August 2014 – bigger and better than ever. Thanks to everybody who supported it!
Visit to Monteviot House and Gardens
In June 2014, our Annual Outing had Monteviot House and Gardens as its destination. Monteviot House is the early 18th century home of the Marquess of Lothian, and its gardens are beautiful as you can see in this gallery of photos taken by MHS member John Thomson. The house and gardens are located on the River Teviot near Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders.