The Cupar & District Floral and Horticultural Society is a leading gardening organisation supporting horticulture in North East Fife.
The Society was established in 1911 by a group of gardening enthusiasts looking to show their produce to all in the local community. Keeping to the desire of the founders, the Society has committed to organise flower shows on an annual basis. Still run completely by volunteers, the Cupar Flower Show attracts a wide range of horticultural fanatics from Fife and beyond, and we are focused on providing our visitors with access to quality exhibits.
The Cupar & District Floral and Horticultural Society marked its centenary year in 2011 with an exceptional annual Flower & Craft Show with Jim McColl from the BBC’s Beechgrove Garden in attendance. Full details and results are available from the Centenary Flower Show page.
This success has been replicated in the Annual Flower & Craft Shows that have followed.
HON VICE PRESIDENT – Mrs D Penman
PRESIDENT – Mr Les Wheelans
LIFE MEMBERS – Mr Les Wheelans, Mr Jim Scott
VICE PRESIDENT/SHOW MANAGER – Mrs Debbie Peebles
Tel: 07725 165421 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
HON SECRETARY – Mrs Wanda Wheelans
12 Lorraine Drive, Cupar, KY15 5DY
Tel: 01334 654648 Email: email@example.com
HON TREASURER – Mr Matt Ingledow
ADMIN ASSISTANT – Mrs Effie Trail
SCHEDULE CONVENER – Mr Andrew Kydd
Mr John Brand, Mr John Dewar, Mrs Lisa Hegg, Mr Chris Jefferson, Mrs Anna Laing, Mrs Texa MacIndeor, Mr David Newman, Mrs Mary Newman, Mrs Karen Petrie, Ms Gaye Taylor
This Society is run completely by volunteers. Getting involved is easy and is not too onerous; only 3 meetings per year.
If you are interested in helping out with any admin duties, helping erect the staging at the Show, or just generally lending a hand, we’d be delighted to hear from you. Please contact Wanda on 01334 654648 in the first instance.
For further information on the Society and the events it holds, please contact the Secretary, Wanda Wheelans on 01334 654648 or email firstname.lastname@example.org