Hello and a very warm welcome to the Official Website and Online Home of Midland Bonsai Society (MBS).

The Midland Bonsai Society (MBS) was founded in 1975 by a handful of people such as passionate enthusiasts and hobbyists who discovered a shared and mutual love, appreciation and interest in the ancient Japanese art of Bonsai.

As such, it is one of the longest established Bonsai Societies in the whole of the UK and GB.

Our varied Annual Programme consists of and includes a number of Talks, Presentations and Demonstrations from well-established Speakers and Special Guests, Bonsai Artists, as well as a handful of useful Workshops and fun Competitions.

Our more experienced Members are always on hand to give FREE help, friendly advice, guidance and encouragement and motivation to beginners and newcomers alike.

There is also a large collection of Books, CDs and DVDs/VCRs (Videos) that may be borrowed, referenced and sourced from our ever growing and expanding Archive Library.

Visitors and Guests are always very welcome to attend ANY and ALL meetings. Please come and join us. We look forward to seeing and meeting you in person.

Our meetings are held at 7:30PM on the FIRST Thursday of every month at Moseley Cricket Club in Solihull, which is opposite and adjacent to Robin Hood Cemetery and Crematorium, and also backs onto Robin Hood Golf Club. Please See our ‘Location’ page for details.

New Members and Visitors are always very welcome. Just bring your self along to any meeting and/or a tree. In fact, we actively encourage Members to bring along a tree or two for display purposes. It is a Bonsai Society/Club after all! For Programme details select the ‘Programme’ tab.

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  1. Patty Vuckovic

    Hi, I bought a couple of beautiful Bonsai trees & little pots when visiting the Japanese Garden in Cornwall this summer, unfortunately they really aren’t doing well & I realise probably need more attention than I’m able to provide.
    I feel really sad that they might not survive so are free to a good home & would be wonderful if someone could nurture them back to health.
    Really hope your society can take them off my hands.
    Looking forward to hearing from you.


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