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The Parish Council has published the Chairman’s Annual Report presented at the recent Parish Annual Meeting and the charts presented by the Responsible Financial Officer along with some explanatory notes.

Reports from the Bowls Club, Horticultural Society,  Blog Team and Friday Football group are also available.

All the reports can be seen by using this  link  to the Parish Council site.

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The Carnival & Recreational Committee AGM is taking place tonight at Parwich British Legion. The meeting is due to start at 7.30pm – everyone is welcome.

Don’t forget Wakes this year starts on Saturday 1st July.

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The Carnival & Recreational Committee AGM is taking place on Tuesday 25th April at Parwich British Legion. The meeting is due to start at 7.30pm – everyone is welcome.

Don’t forget Wakes this year starts on Saturday 1st July.

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PDHS Visit to Two Great Shropshire Gardens
Weds 14 June 2017
Coach leaves Parwich 8.45am
Returns 6.00pm (approx)

Hodnet Hall Gardens

Over 60 acres of brilliantly coloured flowers, magnificent forest trees, sweeping lawns and a chain of ornamental pools which run tranquilly along the cultivated garden valley to provide a natural habitat for waterfowl and other wildlife. No matter what the season, visitors will always find something fresh and interesting to ensure an enjoyable day’s outing.’

Wollerton Old Hall Gardens

This garden has been designed and developed by Lesley and John Jenkins since 1984. It is set around a 16th Century Hall House and has developed into an important modern garden in the English Garden tradition with echoes of Arts and Crafts. It covers 4 acres, is intensely cultivated and depending upon plant interest. Lesley Jenkins quickly discovered that the age of the site demanded formality in the garden design and so she created three north-south and three east-west vistas.  The resulting linearity of these vistas together with the hedges, walls and paths have created a number of separate gardens, with each one having its own style and ethos. The planting style is best described as controlled exuberance with a definite emphasis upon perennials. Colour, form and scale are all important.  There is much in the garden for the plant enthusiast and the garden is bursting with design ideas.  The range of plants is very wide resulting in significant collections of clematis, salvias, phlox and roses.’

PDHS Members £25       Non members £30

The cost for this trip includes entry to both gardens, lunch at Wollerton Old Hall, and coach fare. Deposit of £5 required with booking, full payment required by 31 May. Contact Glynis Drummond 390561 to book.

Please note change of date for this trip

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Duck Race 2017

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