Curry Rivel in Bloom (CRiB) Purple and Gold Frontage Competition
Purple and gold are the colours of the CRiB Frontage Competition this year; you can enter a whole front garden or just a windowbox, pot or tub, but it must be visible from the road or front gate.
Judging will be over the weekend of 8th/9th July. Entries for the competition will be accepted right up to the 1st July — enter by emailing your name, address and telephone number to email@example.com and please put CR Frontage competition in the heading space. Alternatively give Sylvia a ring on 250091.
The Britain in Bloom South West judges will be in the village between 5-17 July.
Pots and other containers — will you sponsor one?
CRiB need more containers to plant up this summer. They can use anything that can have some drainage holes put in the base — old wheelbarrows, large saucepans, big pots, tubs or troughs. You can either contact Gina with your offer (on 01458 762296 ) or plant it up yourself in purple and gold (remember there will be a plant sale in the village, 14th May, where plants in these colours will be available) or you can sponsor CRiB to plant up a tub on your behalf.
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