Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 25th April 2022 8:00pm
Haddenham Horticultural Society is hosting its Spring Show and Plant Sale on Saturday 30th April in Haddenham Village Hall.
Admission to the Show and Plant Sale is free of charge.
In addition to the wide range of plants for sale, there are other stalls selling cakes, savoury items and preserves; books and jigsaws; as well as a "white elephant" stall. Why not come along and pick up a few bargains! Donations of items for the stalls will also be very welcome.
There is also a raffle and a "£1 in the bucket" competition, and tea and coffee are available at very reasonable prices. The plant sale and stalls open from 9.00 a.m. and viewing of the Show exhibits is from 10.00 -- 11.20am., followed by the draw for the raffle and presentation of the trophies and garden vouchers.
On the Show side there are classes for a range of spring flowers and shrubs, etc. as well as for alpines, cacti, and flower and foliage pot plants. In addition there are three classes for flower arrangements, including an interpretive class with the title "Springwatch".
Entries for the Show classes close on 28th April.
Further details from Gay Jordan, Tel: 01844 291490; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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