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Plant Sale a Resounding Success


Our plant sale held outside the Lower Hardres and Nackington village hall on Saturday, 15th May between 10.00 and 12.00 was a resounding success and generated a welcome profit for our chosen local charity for 2021. In spite of the inclement weather a lot of interested buyers turned up and were delighted with the bargain prices on offer. So much so that a couple of cars arriving at 11.45 were disappointed to find that there was virtually nothing left. It was wonderful to see the familiar faces of a lot of our gardening members once again. Thanks to everyone who came to support our Plant Sale and particularly to the society’s members who provided such a lovely variety of plants for purchase.

We are optimistic that we will be able to hold our Summer Show on Saturday, July 31st at the same venue opening to the public at 15.00. Make a note in your diaries as it is a popular event and we will have the City of Canterbury Brass Band to entertain us outside and our usual outside attractions for the public to enjoy.

Lyn Cornelius

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