Welcome to the Taunton & Somerset Bonsai Club.
We are a very friendly bunch of people with one major interest in common, an enthusiastic love of Bonsai. Whether you are a beginner setting out along the pathway that is Bonsai or already have some years of cultivating your trees behind you do get in touch, or just simply come along to a meeting and see what goes on.
More details of membership on the Membership Page
Our usual meeting details are as follows
We meet on the second Wednesday of each month at 7.15pm.
Our usual meeting place is at
The United Reformed Church Paul Street, TAUNTON, Somerset. TA1 3PF – location map (Entry via Marks and Spencer car park)
DIRECTIONS: Turn into the Marks & Spencer car-park; then almost immediately on your right is a set of gates after a small slope up. One gate will be open,drive in, park up and the entrance can be sen quite clearly
President’s Challenge Night for a display in a miniature supermarket basket
Taunton and Somerset Bonsai Club stand judged Best in the Show
at Salisbury Bonsai Club 30thAnniversary Show. Cup being presented to Adam and Adrian who worked hard to put on such a good display
Programme of Meetings for Jan to May to December 2018- Go to 2018 Meetings
For most of the news about past club meetings, shows, outings and other activities visit our NEWS blog
Photo above. A typical workshop meeting where members bring trees along to work on with advice on hand should they need it from some of the more experienced members
Bonsai News, Bonsai Care and Techniques and various other entries covering shows and club activities in the past and past posting on this site may also be accessed via the list of ‘Tags’ at the foot of this page which is in addition to the ‘Buttons’ at the top
Noelanders Trophy 2018
A group of our members made a trip to what is the greatest bonsai show in Europe held at Genk in Belgium. A report of their trip with photographs can be seen at this link.
Our Noelanders Trip 2018
CHELSEA RHS SHOW 2018
Once again Club President John Trott did well at Chelsea in 2018 and was awarded his eleventh Gold Medal, making it 86 RHS Gold medals in total,
that’s something to be proud of ,well done John.