CRiB's Cause under Way — Curry Rivel in Bloom News
CRiB plan to hold an open meeting in the Village Hall on February 22nd at 7.30 in the Chatham Room; to discuss and share ideas about the entry as a village community into the Britain in Bloom South West competition.
All are invited to come and discuss what will be a hectic lead up to the judging.
How can you help?
Collect large containers e.g. saucepans, wicker baskets etc. that can be planted up later..
Start to think about what plants you will be able to use in the purple and gold theme colours (remember you will be able to buy some in the village in May) ..
Think of an area at the front of your house — top of a wall, in front of a wall or fence, hanging baskets — that could be planted up in the purple and gold theme colours ...
Tidy your garden frontage and encourage/help your neighbours to do the same
Offer to help elderly or infirm neighbours who would like to join in ....
Attend the public meeting to be held in the Village Hall in February to hear the latest news. Encourage others to get involved.
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