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Grannys garden May 18

CRiB (Curry Rivel in Bloom) are looking for some objects to put around the village for planting.

1. An old bicycle, not a mountain bike though, doesn't need to be working just for display.
2. A garden bench. They clean it up and treat it if need be.
Also they are planning a Hoe, Hoe Hoe ! Day.
Date to be decided, but will be soon. Judging is on 12th July between 10.00& 12.00

There is a need to weed the wall that runs from just down from the war memorial to Parsonage place. The council will no longer spray this so sharpen up your hoes.

If you can offer help on any of the above items or can help with hoeing please call Gina on 01458762296 or email cribsomerset@gmail.com
Help also need with watering displays around the village.

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