Our Supporters

Without our supporters this Show would not have worked. Thanks go to the hard work put in for past shows by the villages of Enborne, Hamstead Marshall, Inkpen, Combe, Kintbury and of course West Woodhay, assisted too by some of our friends in surrounding villages and Newbury, in running and staffing the Gala Evening and much of the Garden Show in its original format.

Additionally however, many of the charities that we support also help us with volunteers and advice, and this year in our new format some of them are taking a greater part. If there is a specific page for a charity in this website the name of the charity on the left below will be underlined; otherwise please click on their logo on the right to get to their own website

For past and present help we are particularly grateful to the following:

SupporterClick logo to go to their website
ABF the Soldiers CharityABF has helped us in oast years with entertainment for our Gala Evenings and for the children over the weekend
Fair Close Day CentreFair Close promotes the well-being and independence of the elderly in Newbury and District, and is helping us with our Tea Garden in 2014
Gardening LeaveGardening Leave tends to
the invisible wounds of conflict, the mental wounds that need as much healing as any physical wound. Gardening Leave is helping us look after our gates in 2014
Kennett District ScoutsOur local Scouts, who help us with various useful jobs
Mary Hare School for Deaf ChildrenMary Hare helps deaf children receive the education and support which will enable them to achieve their full potential at home, school and in their subsequent careers; Mary Hare has helped us organise our Gala Evening in the past, and will do so in 2014.
Newbury RotaryNewbury Rotary helps West Woodhay Garden Show and many other entities
The Newbury and District Agricultural SocietyThe Society runs the Royal Berkshire Show, and provides us with help, advice and expertise
ThriveThrive is a national charity that helps people with disability or mental ill health to transform their lives through gardening. At West Woodhay in 2014, Thrive is helping us by looking after our car parking