Curry Rivel Annual Flower Show 6th August 2016

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The Curry Rivel Flower Show is almost upon us.
This annual event will take place on Saturday 6th August 2016, in it's usual venue, the Village Hall, 2.30-4.30pm.
Bill and his Fuscia

Top Vase 2011

Admission is 50p (accompanied Children are free).
A copy of the Schedule and entry form is available at the Garage/Post Office and at Sandpits.

Entry forms can be presented at the Village Hall on Thursday 4th August, at the Village Hall, between 6.30-8pm.

A Baking Hottie 2011

Another winner 2011

Although it is called a 'Flower Show', it covers a variety of different classifications, including Vegetables — Flowers — Fruits — Flower Arranging — Home Made Cakes, Jams, Jellies, etc., a Men Only Section , Photography and Painting, together with a Children's Section.

You can also look forward to the usual delightful cream teas.

For more information please contact Anne Hembrow 250311.

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