The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Tattenhall Gardening Society: September 2015
Annual Show 2:30pm Barbour Institute Sunday 6th September
You may have noticed the strange representations of vegetables sprouting up around the village. Tomatoes, aubergines, cucumbers all informing you of tomorrow's Annual Show at 2:30pm
A vase of three roses, one Sunflower Head, Five Runner Beans, a Dish of Soft Fruit, a Jar of Marmalade, Four decorated Cupcakes, a photograph of wildlife seen in the village, or a vegesaurus. These are just a few of the 91 classes/categories in which you could enter the Tattenhall Gardening Society's Show this Sunday. Actually you have to be 7 or under to enter the vegesaurus class but in most classes anyone can get involved, whether young or old or somewhere in the middle.
Interested in finding out more? The show schedule, which tells you all the sorts of things that can be entered into the show, as well as giving you some basic rules of what to do or not do, is available now from several village locations.
Everyone is more than welcome to come along to see the show, which is at the Barbour Institute from 2.30 pm until the prize giving finishes about 4.30 pm. Delicious drinks and cakes will be available, as well as the Country Market.
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