Amersham in Bloom – Flower, Fruit and Produce Show – Sunday 8th September 2019

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Amersham in Bloom – Flower, Fruit and Produce Show

Sunday 9th September 2018

Amersham in Bloom are pleased to announce that we shall be holding our 5th Flower, Fruit & Produce Show as part of this year’s Amersham Heritage Day on Sunday 8 September 2019.
This show is open for everyone, with classes from potatoes to dahlias and jam to handicrafts.
There are also classes for the under 16’s.
The Show will take place under the Market Hall in Old Amersham.
We would be delighted if and your family would enter something into this year’s show. The entry form can be downloaded here.
We would very much like to thank our sponsors Shaw’s of Amersham Bespoke Florist and Artichoke Restaurant
All entries must be lodged by 6.00pm on Thursday 5th September 2019!! Good Luck!!

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