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Avon Organic Group (AOG) is a local Bristol-based group that has promoted organic growing since 1984. Long-standing members are a rich source of information and inspiration, and are keen to offer friendly support to first-time gardeners and allotment holders. Members benefit from regular meetings, discounts on seed orders and garden sundries, and annual swaps of seeds and seedlings - including rare and heritage varieties not commercially available. The group is active in local food networks and offers local gardeners the opportunity to sell surplus produce through a stall at Bristol Farmers’ market. AOG meetings take place on a Monday evening one a month(October to May) at 7.30 pm at at the YHA off Prince Street (entrance near Pero’s bridge) 14 Narrow Quay, BS1 4QA. Parking at Prince Street CP or Mud Dock. Buses to & from Centre. They host a variety of guest speakers and cover wide-ranging gardening and organic issues (please visit the ‘What’s On section of this website for details of future meetings). All are welcome. Entrance, £3 for non-members, £1 AOG members, Teas etc included. For more information on this deep-rooted local green group please visit their website. See the diary listings on this website for details of forthcoming meetings.