Open Gardens Meeting 2019?

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Open Gardens Meeting 2019

Curry Rivel Open Gardens 2019 Meeting
Village Hall
Mon 24th Sep, 7.30pm

CRiB would like to help to bring back the Village Open Gardens. This last took place in 2016 and they feel it should be kept going as it is a lovely, enjoyable village event that raises a lot of money for the village.

All are invited, so come and join in. You may have opened your garden to the public before or may be new to the village, you may just want to help on the day or sell tickets, plants or help with the cream teas. It was a very successful, well organised and well-run event in the past and needs old & new blood.

A provisional date for the event could be Sat 8th or Sun 9th June 2019?

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