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Go-ahead given to Cradley homes plan but committee will hear detailed matters before building can start
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THE photograph shows some of the trophy winners at the recent garden show held in Wellington in August. The annual show, which is open to members of the garden club and to all residents of Wellington, attracted a lot of interest in both entries and visitors. Despite the weather not having been good to the gardeners this year the standard of entries was high and numbers were on a par with last year and in some classes were actually up. The flower arrangers interpreted the titles imaginatively and again, entries were up. The entries in the non gardening classes, such as cookery, craft and photography also held up well. Members do always try and encourage the young within the village too - the gardeners of the future.
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A FORMER student at Hereford College of Arts, Luke George, in collaboration with Elizabeth Rose, was the winner of last year's Griffin Art Prize, and the duo are currently presenting their first solo exhibition at West London's Griffin Gallery.
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A NEW book by former Hereford Cathedral School student, Harriet Curtis-Lowe, is published today and would, she says, never have seen the light of day had it not been for an operation forcing her into inactivity.
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PLAY leaders, parents and children of the Dragon Fire Club in New Radnor are asking people to vote for the club to enable them to get a share of the Lloyd’s Bank Community Fund. Parent Shirley Hughes said, if the bid is successful, the funding will enable the club to carry on building on the fantastic children's facility which we have in New Radnor. Our club is invaluable to the local community. An award would give us the opportunity to provide a range of exciting activities and experiences for children of all abilities, aged three to 14. We would like to arrange a variety of workshops, purchase materials for forest school and den-building sessions, plus resources for arts and craft activities. Shirley added: "Please spare a minute and vote for Dragon Fire Club in the Lloyds Bank Community Fund.” To vote, go to communityfund.lloydsbank.com and search for 'Dragon Fire'.
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ONCE again, Eaton Bishop had a very successful summer fete at The White House with visitors enjoying a barbecue, cream teas, ice cream and liquid refreshment from the pub and Pimm's bar, browsing various stalls, admiring the collection of military vehicles and classic cars and trying their hand at games such as skittles, splat-a-rat, golf, shove whisky, wine or water, to name a few. The children were able to have their faces painted, participate in the garden treasure hunt and enter the fancy dress competition which was judged by The Sheriff with his assistant, Jules - a very difficult task as all the costumes were wonderful. First prize went to Olivia, Ella and Lara Main who dressed as Dorothy (with Toto the dog aka Benson), Cowardly Lion and Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz.
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Your Herefordshire County Times: Allensmore to Yarkhill, plus clubs and societies, September 18, 2014.
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