Gardeners' Question Time Evening in Audlem

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Ruth Kemble writes: "Audlem Support Group for St Luke's Hospice are holding a Gardeners' Question Time Evening in the Public Hall on Wednesday April 2nd at 7.30pm.

"There will be three eminent panellists and a Plant Bring and Buy Sale, a Seed Swap and a Gardening Book Stall. We need books plants and seeds and welcome any which you wish to donate. If you would like them to be collected, please call 01270 811887 or email czarptc@hotmail.com">czarptc@hotmail.com to arrange collection.

"Tickets will be on sale shortly at £5 and can be reserved by contacting the numbers above.

"Be thinking of questions and bring them with you — written out for the panel — on the night"

 

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