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The Village Flower Show

Flowers with graceful forms
Bewitching shades of colour and exquisite perfume
Silent influences unconsciously felt

Loaves of bread nestle with plump sausage rolls
Victoria sponge drip with homemade jam
While the tearoom hums to happy, sated patrons

Fruits, vegetables and flowers, will the Village Hall transform
Would but the outside world offer not bullets and bombs
But sweeter cakes, better fruit and fairer flowers from earth's bounty

Woken Veil

The Flower Show
Saturday 12th August 2017
2.30-4.30pm Village Hall
Admission 50p
Accompanied Children under 12 -- Free

Why not enter one of the classes in this year's Flower Show, you can get a Schedule from Sandpits Heating Centre (Curry Rivel), GTH (Langport) or download a PDF version from the website.
Completed entry forms should be returned to the Village Hall on Thursday 10th August 2017, between 6.30-8pm.
Further information from Jenny Ludgate Tel 251432 or email m.ludgate@btinternet.com

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