War Memorial Composting Day — Saturday 17th February — 10.30am at the War Memorial.
CRiB — Curry Rivel in Bloom need your help.
Please come armed with spades , forks, wellies , wheel barrows, gloves,buckets etc. There is a need to improve the soil in the garden before permanent planting can begin in the spring .
We have had offers of leaf mould, compost, horse poo, alpaca poo, etc some of the compost will need digging out from gardens around the village. If anyone has a trailer they could bring that will be really useful.
It will just need forking in, no deep digging involved .
If you have any compost you can donate, please leave it in bags by the war memorial or contact CRIB on firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel Gina on 01458 762296.
We plan to provide refreshments for the workers, tea, coffee, bacon baps & hot dogs.
So come along and work up an appetite and help us compost the garden.
🌼 CURRY RIVEL IN BLOOM NEEDS YOU 🤙
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