Crocus Planting outside Williams Food Hall

Sat, Nov 6th 2010 at 12:00 am- Fri, Nov 4th 2011 - 12:00 am

We planted over 2000 crocus bulbs at Williams Kitchen on Saturday. This will be used to draw attention to our End Polio Now campain. Signs have been put up near the area and we will collect money for the cause in spring of next year when the bulbs flower.


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Club collects £1200 at Morrisons Nailsworth

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Club collects £1200 at Morrisons Nailsworth

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