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Haddenham Garden Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 23rd April 2015 12:00pm
Haddenham Horticultural Society has its annual plant sale and spring mini-show in the Village Hall on Saturday 25th April.
The plant stall and other stalls are open from 9.00am until 11.30am and the show exhibits can be viewed from 10.00am. The trophy presentation and raffle draw will take place at 11.20am.
Donations of labelled plants, cakes, preserves and seasonal produce, books, jigsaw puzzles and items for the white elephant stall, along with raffle prizes, would be very welcome. Please take donated items to the hall between 8.30 and 9am if possible so they can be priced before the sale begins.
Entry forms for the show should be with the show committee, c/o 13 Gibson Lane, by close of play today, Thursday 23rd April. Call Gay Jordan on 291490 if you don't have a copy of the 2014/5 Yearbook — where you can find details of the show classes and an entry form.
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