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Curry Rivel in Bloom Call to Arms..... Help Needed...... Now
Please will you help? Email out to your contacts please?

The village gets judged for RHS South West in Bloom (SWiB) tomorrow Mon 22nd July
and for RHS Britain in Bloom (BiB) UK Finalists on Mon 29th July.

The judges deduct points for litter, weeds, graffiti, dirty signs & bins!

We can all help by tidying your own frontage & neighbours, including clearing weeds from pavements & gullies, picking up litter, will all contribute to making our village look clean & tidy.

If there is a wild area near you please contact Gina, cribsomerset@gmail.com for a BLUE heart sign or make one yourself to show that it has been left for wildlife.

The Cury Rivel in Bloom team members have put hours and hours of their own time into making the village look as good as it does. Please lets all do our bit by taking in bins and cleaning up the frontages of our properties and nearby.
Thanks

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