North Ferriby Flower Club was founded over 40 years ago and has over 180 members. It is one of 67 clubs with 5,000 members which form part of the North East Area of NAFAS. NAFAS is the National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies to which all members of North Ferriby Flower Club are affiliated.

If you enjoy flowers and would like to learn more about floral design or would like to watch one of our demonstrations please come and join us.

Our motto is: Friendship Through Flowers…

Meetings are held every 2nd Thursday of the month at (7 for) 7.30pm at The Village Hall, Church Road, North Ferriby, HU14 3AA.

The programme consists mainly of flower arranging demonstrations, with occasional workshops, garden visits plus an Annual Dinner.

New members and guests are welcome. Annual subscription is just £30 – please contact Margaret Hobson on 01482 634114 for more information.

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Latest News:

    North Ferriby Flower Club hold their annual garden visit on Thursday 9th June and visited four gardens in Little Weighton. We were lucky to have a beautiful warm sunny evening and the four gardens were all fabulous and very different.

    The Old School House is the home of one of our members and was an interesting house and her husband told us the history of it. She is a very talented artist and had lovely cards she had painted on display in a summerhouse and some of us were lucky enough to view her paintings and sculptures in her home. The second garden was The Station House and was located on the site of the original railway station, and was a very large garden totally maintained by the owners themselves and had the original waiting room opposite the house and further along the garden was some of the original platform. It was beautifully landscaped and maintained. The third was on Vicarage Road and the owners had created a garden on two steep banks of the original Railway track so the garden went steeply down at one side to a lawn in the middle and then up again as steeply at the other – all with lovely plants and aspects. The final garden was called Owls Hoot and again was designed on a very steep plot. The design started in the front garden with shrubs and boulders and a waterfall. The water then carried on down the side of the house again with boulders and planting right down to the end of the garden where it formed a large pond with fish. There were even a number of palm trees in the garden – yes in East Yorkshire.

    We were so lucky that the owners agreed to let us see their wonderful and very different gardens. The 70 members present then enjoyed a lovely meal and sociable end to the evening at The Black Horse in the village.