Join us for a fun evening and get a chance to ask our expert panel your gardening questions!

Gardeners Question Time

Please note that this event is now sold out. Get in touch if you’d like to be notified in case some tickets become available.

Hammersmith United Charities are holding as part of their 400th Anniversary our very own Gardeners Question time Evening. Join us for a fun evening and get a chance to ask our expert panel your gardening questions, enjoy a drink and good food and of course meet other gardeners from the area! Our guests will be:


Christine Walkden of BBC radio 4 GQT

The one Show, Author and lecturer


Lucy Hart

Head Gardener of Fulham Palace

Geraldine King

Head Gardener of Chiswick House and RHS Britain in Bloom Judge



Venue: Sycamore House, Sycamore Gardens, W6 0AS

Time: doors open 6.30, 7pm till 9pm

Price: £10 including drink and finger food

Contact for ticket:  0208741 4326  or

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