Woodland Plant Sale 2015

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The morning of Saturday 9th May, between 10.00am and Noon, will be the occasion for this year's Plant Sale; a repeat of the very successful collaboration between Tarvin Community Woodland Trust and Tarvin Methodist Church in providing one of the 'high spots' of the village Spring Calendar.

The front of the Chapel will be crammed with plant bargains — herbaceous plants, shrubs, vegetable plants, tomatoes, bedding plants, annuals, tubs and hanging baskets — all at very competitive prices — with keen gardeners on hand to help you choose. It will be a delight for experienced gardeners and novices alike and will be just the place for anyone who is developing a new garden!

Inside the Chapel will be a warm welcome, tea, coffee, delicious cakes and, of course, J.D's famous bacon butties!

The Woodland Trustees will also be on hand to talk about the progress we have made and our plans for the woodland. They will be happy to answer any queries you may have.

Tarvin Community Woodland is YOUR Woodland! Come along and help to support our efforts.

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