BIHS Plant & Produce sale and Soup Lunch

25 May 2019, Starts: 11:30, Ends: 13:30

Church Hall   Rose Street   Avoch    11.30 - 1.30

Graham Sullivan writes

"I’ve attached a poster for our fundraising Plant and Baking Sale and Soup Lunch in Avoch on Saturday 25th May starting at 11:30am. If you’re able to, please print it off and display it in your community and forward it to folk who might be interested. (If you need the poster in a different size, let us know.) You can also help publicise the event by liking and sharing our Facebook page - just search for Black Isle Horticultural Society.

"We hope you’ll be able to come along and support this event. As well as plants, produce and baking, there will be soup and cakes. If you’re also able to help by supplying some home baking, or produce (jams and marmalade always go down well), or plants for the stall, we’ll be very grateful. There will be a raffle as well– additional donations of prizes will be welcome. Please let us know if you’re able to help with any of these, or if you have any questions."

For more information contact Graham Sullivan
corntown@btinternet.com      01349 861991

View and download poster as .PDF

 

 

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