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Breezy Knees?

The Winster horticultural group has a trip to the Breezy Knees garden and have ordered quite a big coach so have spare seats they would be delighted to fill if any of the Parwich Horticultural group might be interested to join them.
The date is Thursday 19th July.
If you are interested or want to learn more, reply to Lesley Peat, glyn.peat@btinternet.com
Jill Love

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Sheep Out

I’ve seen this pair wandering round the village since Monday and they have just been spotted trying to get to the veg in my garden.  I suggest the owner rounds them up because if they’re try it again, they’re likely to be joining it on my plate!

Thank you
Cheryl
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Thank you to all who bought plants last week, just over £50 went to the Carnival & Recreation Committee. This week proceeds will go to Parwich Church. There are still a range of herbaceous plants, shrubs, kitchen garden plants and others, including a large forsythia and a large dogwood which has bright red stems in winter.

If no one is about help yourself to the plants at the gate for Church Farm in Creamery Lane and leave what you think is a fair price in the honesty box. Everything must go.

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by the gate
Church Farm
Creamery Lane
DE6 1QB

Thank you to all who bought plants last week, £50 went to the Open Gardens Village Fund. This week proceeds go to the Carnival & Recreation Committee to help fund (albeit in a small way) next year’s Wakes.

Includes a range of shrubs, herbaceous plants, kitchen garden plants and two free-standing plastic compost bins.

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Horticultural Trip

What a glorious day in the sun! The PDHS’s second trip of the year was to Quarry Bank, Styal and then Lyme Park, Disley. We enjoyed a fascinating talk at the former and then got to amble around the latter’s extensive grounds in almost Mediterranean style weather. I think I overheard someone say they had clocked almost four miles walked in total today on their pedometer, and each bloom and blossom was worth every step!

Caroline Greggory

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Plant Sale

Plant Sale
Church Farm, Creamery Lane

A range of shrubs, herbaceous plants, plants for the kitchen garden and others are on sale. If no one is about just pay what you feel is right. All plants must go.

Many of the plants were from the stall at Open Gardens and all proceeds this week will go to the Horticultural Society Open Gardens fund for village causes. If any plants remain we will continue the sale through Wakes Week with proceeds then going to the Carnival & Recreation Committee.

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Open Garden Photos

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