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Help is urgently needed to dig out plants from the War Memorial area, from Friday 24th through to Sunday 26th November 2017.
If you can spare half an hour bring a trowel and come and pot up some of the osteospermums, marguerites and bidens from the War Memorial garden.

Bring some 3 litre pots, 18 cm diameter x 15 cm tall, a trowel, a fork, some gardening gloves, etc.

Let Gina know on 762296 or email cribsomerset@gmail.com. CRiB have arranged for two greenhouses in the village to be available to overwinter them, Gina will tell you where to deliver them. If you don't have any pots large enough, a plastic carrier bag will take at least two plants.

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