Woodbury gardening event
ENTHUSIASTIC green-fingered gardeners are invited to attend a flower and vegetable show in Woodbury s Village Hall. The village s garden club is holding the annual event at the hall from 2pm on Saturday. Admission is free. Tea and cakes will be available
ENTHUSIASTIC green-fingered gardeners are invited to attend a flower and vegetable show in Woodbury's Village Hall.
The village's garden club is holding the annual event at the hall from 2pm on Saturday.
Admission is free. Tea and cakes will be available and a raffle will be held.
A spokesperson for the garden club said: "Members of Woodbury Garden Club have been working hard to produce their finest fruit and vegetables for their show.
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"There is usually fierce competition to show the best, not necessarily the biggest, and most beautiful, to be judged by Mr Davis Halsey.
"The vegetable classes usually attract impressive entries of beans, courgettes, carrots and greens.
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"In spring the members were given non-stop fire begonias to bring on and enter for the Club Challenge Trophy.
"The six best of these plants will be selected by Peter Wright, the chairman, and then the show judge will make the final judgement."
For more information contact Val Whiteley on 01395 272306