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CRiB with Flowers

There once was an idea that was so big
that Curry Rivelers should have danced a jig.
At times it seemed snubbed,
ignored like a washed out old tub,
Come on Curry Rivel lets all help CriB.
Woken Veil.... Dodgy Doggerel

Later this year Curry Rivel in Bloom will be entering the Cox Cup in the main Britain in Bloom South West competition.

The great amount of work involved is being co-ordinated by the Curry Rivel in Bloom group.

As ever in these circumstances only a small band of volunteers are doing 90% of the work.... time to get off the sofa and pitch in;
first of all go to the website and come to the public meeting on Wed 22nd February at 7.30pm in the Village Hall.

The Agenda for the CRiB (Curry Rivel in Bloom) meeting wil be as follows:
Welcome
What is Britain in Bloom all about?
Progress so far
What members of the coummunity can do
Questions & Answers
AOB

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