Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
St Mary's Church
By Gay Jordan - 11th April 2021 2:15pm
Haddenham Horticultural Society Plant and Produce Sale:
24th April 2021
Sadly the ongoing Covid restrictions mean that we have had to cancel our Spring Show for a second year. However, we will be holding a plant and produce (cakes, perhaps some preserves, rhubarb, etc.) sale on Saturday 24th April starting at 10.00am.
The venue will be the front garden and carport at 98 Churchway, Haddenham (with a gazebo in case of rain) until 1.00pm.
Then, if there is anything left, the venue from 1.30pm will be the passageway between my house at 13 Gibson Lane and No.15.
Payment to be by cash or cheque only please.
There will be hand sanitiser available and attendees are of course asked to wear masks and keep an appropriate distance from each other. Funds raised will go towards the costs of running our Autumn Show, which hopefully will be able to go ahead on 4th September as planned.
Please bring your own bags/boxes if possible to carry your purchases home.
As always, we would be very grateful for any donations of surplus stock, seedlings or cuttings for the Plant Stall. Please label plants (already potted up) with as much detail as you can, including flower colour where relevant, and do mention if it is something unusual or 'special' so that we can price it accordingly.
Similarly we would very much welcome contributions for the cake and produce stall. Please drop donations off in advance if possible either to the Marshalls at 98 Churchway or to me, Gay Jordan, at 13 Gibson Lane, or if on the morning of the sale direct to 98 Churchway (or, if after 1.30pm, to 13 Gibson Lane).
Haddenham Horticultural Society
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