I’ve been a member of the Northern Ireland Bonsai Society since 1993 and I owe all to them. I am aware that bonsai can be a private experience but, if you live in Northern Ireland, or Ireland for that matter (no clubs down south) then this is the place to learn. Details below.
The Northern Ireland Bonsai Society was founded in 1986 by a small group of people interested in this wonderful art form and realised the need for an organisation to promote and further it in this country.
Everyone who has seen a display of fine Bonsai is likely to be convinced of their great beauty.We are a society dedicated to spreading awareness and knowledge of these beautiful trees and bringing them to the attention of the General Public.
The Society holds a meeting on the Second Friday of every month at 8.00pm. (Except July& August). We meet in the Cregagh Youth & Community Centre, Mount Merrion Avenue, Belfast.
We have recently moved from the Cregagh Library to Cregagh Youth & Community Centre. The map below shows the new location.
For more information on the Society and how to join email us at email@example.com
If you would like to become a member of the Society please either:
1. Come along to one of our meetings at Cregagh Youth & Community Centre, Belfast
2. Click on the Application Form Link at the bottom of this page to download a PDF Form. Print and complete and send with payment to our Treasurer:
Mr Ian Bridgett,
8, Corby Drive,
County Antrim, BT28 3HG.