Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 15th March 2016 10:45am
As we mentioned a week ago, residents are invited to join in the additional planting session at the Townsend Community Orchard on Good Friday 25th March — for details see here.
The organisers have now added an additional attraction, that they hope will appeal to a wider group, but especially to parents of young children — an Easter Egg Hunt!
So, why not pop along to the newly established community orchard and join others to plant wildflowers and fruit bushes and enjoy an Easter Egg Hunt with the little ones!
No experience is necessary, though it will be helpful if you could bring a trowel and maybe a pair of gardening gloves if you have them.
The community orchard is just off off Townsend Green, and proceedings begin at 11.00am.
For more details, contact: Greg Smith email@example.com Tel: 01844290331)
Or visit www.townsendorchard.com
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