By Ruth Kemble - 21st April 2012 7:02am
Many thanks to everyone who came to Gardeners' Question Time on Wednesday. We do hope that you enjoyed it as much as we did.
When we have paid the expenses for the evening we will be sending £400 to St Luke's — this is brilliant and we are very grateful for your support and generosity.
The evening raised a question of its own though — should we, as a Village, be designating the one day a year when garlic and onions can be boiled or should we have a strict rota for areas depending on the prevailing wind?
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