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Why is the word Royal included in so many of the possible names? It's hard to choose a name unless one knows the relevance.
If your Garden Society is going to be inclusive ( which is what you infer by saying from youngsters to elderly ) I am wondering why you would wish to particularly include the word Royal ?
Depends what your aims and aspirations are...........The Shropshire Growers sounds far more meaningful and down to earth...........might stand out a bit more from the ubiquitous ".....?.......Garden Society".
Just a thought
Dove.............you just got in seconds before me
If you are officially entitled to use 'Royal' then I guess you have to use it. Are you legally/officially a 'society'? If you don't have to be so formal/old fashioned, I would just say 'Gardening for Everyone in Shropshire'
Can we vote if we're not from Shropshire?
I like Shropshire Gardening Society.
I agree with Victoria .... Shropshire Gardening Society
If you want to be inclusive leave out Royal and Society whether you have the right to them or not. You won't bring the youngsters in words like that
You mention the term green fingered. How about including that? It sounds more alive.
Shropshire Green Fingers
You're right Connor, us oldies will always turn up for a garden group whatever it's called.
Avoid anything that abbreviates to something embarrassing or rude
Don't get me wrong I'm all for a bit of Royal despite my young age and short attention span, but unless the Royals are actively involved I can't see the point in including them in your title other than sounding a bit old fashioned and truth be told pompous. If you're trying to tie yourself so you look part of the likes of the RHS you're going to fall right on your arse.
It doesn't add anything to the organisation other than making your web address longer.
The SGS sounds a safe bet to me!
How about 'club' then?
Shropshire Locals Up for Gardening or SLUG for short....
Noodle! I agree you can't use 'royal' unless you have a member of the royal family who has agreed to be a patron. I think you should come up with something catchy though - the suggested titles are a bit formal and forgettable. But I suppose they do what it says on the tin.