CHADDESLEY CORBETT GARDENER'S CLUB: ‘The Bakers Dozen’ told the history of bread in a lively rendering of song, dance, monologues and drama. Accompanied by an excellent supper of cheeses and pate the members and friends had a happy and stimulating Saturday night.

Ross Barber from Picton Nurseries shared with us his beautiful slides, expertise and understanding of the cultivation and love of plants, shrubs and trees for any season of the year.

The last meeting for 2016 will be on December 14, entertained by Heather Wastie, Poet, singer/songwriter, keyboard/accordion player, actor and humorist. She was The Worcestershire Poet Laureate 2015/16 and is going to join us to celebrate Christmas. Visitors welcome to join in the fun.

Last opportunity to send Mike your entries for the photographic competition

Contact : Mike Griffiths: Any articles or news will also be welcome.

The trade stand at Christmas is a great opportunity for selling your surplus vegetables, fruit, eggs, marmalade, jams, pickles and chutneys etc. Holly, mistletoe and potted bulbs.

Remember only 10% goes to the club the rest is yours.

Looking forward to seeing you at the Village Hall on December 14th at 7.30pm for wine and mince pie.