Plant sale - Sunday 14 May 10.00 till 4.00

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In preparation for Curry Rivel in Bloom, Julia Jewell is hosting a plant sale on Sunday 14 May 10.00am — 4.00pm at The Gables, High Street (adjacent to Hillside Close — it will be well-signposted).
The theme of the Curry Rivel in Bloom event is purple and gold (the family colours of William Pitt who inherited the Pynsent estate) and flowers in these shades will be available for between £1.00 and £2.50. All profits from the sale of these will go towards the Parish Council's Britain in Bloom fund. Plants in other colours will also be on sale, priced independently, and a proportion of the proceeds will go the village's Britain in Bloom fund.
In addition, light refreshments in the form of teas, coffees and delicious cakes will be available. Come along and be inspired!
For more information, please contact Julia Jewell on 01458 253508 or julia.jewell@mypostoffice.co.uk

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