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23rd July 2018 7:15pm
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25th July 2018 7:30pm
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13th August 2018 10:00am
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Green Flag Award
Tarvin Community Woodland
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Hosepipe Ban
United Utilities: Wednesday 18th Jul
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Tarvin Primary School 50th Anniversary Crowd Fund
Robin Grimshaw, Tarvin Primary School Governor: Tuesday 17th Jul
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Pool Bank House- some history
Margaret Dixon: Tuesday 17th Jul
Remembering the First World War - Mesopotamia (Now Iraq)
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Car Boot Sale - Sunday 22nd July
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Tarvin History Group: Sunday 15th Jul
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Robert Woollams- any photographs?
Kathie Reith: Sunday 15th Jul
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Farewell Party for Rev Sue Levitt
Doreen de Cani: Saturday 14th Jul
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Jo Richards: Saturday 14th Jul
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Theresa Duffy, Later Life Planning Support, Age Concern: Friday 13th Jul
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Report of April meeting

This was certainly not flowers in vases!

Our very versatile demonstrator, Sylvia Bower, had made all her own containers which were most impressive. She requested that I didn't photograph full designs so I have tried to show how beautiful the flowers were and also glimpses of her containers.

Her 1st design contained deep red gerbera and orange tulips whilst for design 2 Sylvia used purple clematis with cream freesias and deep pink veronica threaded through pussy willow and plum blossom in a bowl made from circles of wood.
The 3rd container was a glass vase covered with cherry bark. Into it she had a red panted contorted hazel twig which picked out the red tinges in a large yellow cymbidium orchid. The red roses and red ranuncula did the same.
The next arrangement also contained orchids — this time deep purple Singapore variety which were teamed with purple calla lilies, pale purple stocks and a different type of green carnation with hairy pom-pom flowers.

Sylvia told us that the orchid family of plants is the biggest plant family in the world. A boat shaped container followed which was covered with birch squares and had a semi-circle of ivy covered birch. Into this she added mixed colour gerbera. Simple and effective.
For Sylvia's final design she used a pedestal covered with willow. It was an all yellow design containing lilies, Anastasia chrysanthemums and roses.

Sylvia provided us with lots of ideas and those who won her flowers in the raffle went home feeling very happy.
Our next meeting is on May 9th when we welcome back Sionnedd Hughes, a popular and amusing demonstrator.