CRiB Meeting was Well Attended

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CRiB with Flowers
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CRiB Agenda

The Curry Rivel in Bloom (CRiB) meeting last night was well attended.
Wed 23rd Feb, Chatham Room, 7.30pm

The aims of the group and it's plans for the 'improvement' to the village environment were well explained.
The planting scheme theme was also explained, see the CRiB website.
A plant sale will be taking place in the centre of the village on Sunday 14th May 2017.
More details are set to follow.....

They do need help...
They hope people will enter the 'Purple and Gold' Frontage competition.
Join a watering rota.
Provide a water point.
Help with weeding and dead heading plants in a public place.
Help with litter picking.
Take photos and send them to smgoodenough@aol.com

Why not become a Litter Hero and join in with the village litter clean up 4th and 5th March 2017.

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