By Doreen De Cani - 9th April 2019 6:00am
Our grateful thanks go to 3 very talented flower arrangers, Margaret, Mary and Penny all members of Ashton Hayes and Tarvin flower club for giving us their time and expertise to entertain us. They made it look so easy and impressive.
Using mostly foliage from their own gardens they produced flower arrangements of a very high standard which left us full of admiration and perhaps inspired us to have a go ourselves.
Our next meeting will be held in the Parish room on Wednesday 8th May at 7.30pm when our speaker will be Mrs Betty Hayhurst who will talk about antiques. We are invited to bring along small items (but not jewellery) for discussion.
This is an open meeting and all are welcome. You do not have to be a member of any group or organisation. Just come along and enjoy the evening. £2 inc refreshments.
NB. This is the 2nd Wednesday in May due to the bank holiday.
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