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Crib War Memorial Compost Day 1

"Do not spread the compost on the weeds." — William Shakespeare, Hamlet

CRiB volunteers turned up on Saturday 17th Feb to spread compost on the War Memorial. Their fantastic efforts should help ensure that the War Memorial planting will look great, not just for the South West in Bloom competition (for which 'we' won the City of Bath cup for the best landscape design in 2017) , but more importantly the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
They did follow the Bard's advice and weeded before spreading compost.....

Many thanks to those who turned up, donated compost, got the compost and spread it.
  • If you want to help, remember the criteria:
  • You need to have a pulse
  • You can be any age
  • You want to improve your living environment
  • Next CRiB Meeting Tues 27th Feb Village Hall at 7.30pm, where the War Memorial Planting will be the main subject of discussion

    CRiB Curry Rivel in Bloom
    Contact: Gina Beauchamp
    01458 762296
    cribsomerset@gmail.com
    website link
    https://curryrivelinbloom.blogspot.co.uk/
    The Group's aim is to enter Curry Rivel in the Britain in Bloom South West competition. We are working with the Parish Council on the three aims of Horticultural Achievement, Environmental Stewardship and Community Participation that make up the scoring system. All residents are welcome to join the group. Meetings are arranged as needed — please contact Gina Beauchamp for further details.

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