Broseley shows off 

Broseley and District Horticultural and Craft Society’s 73rd Annual Show takes place on Saturday 15 September at the town’s Victoria Hall. Classes to enter include ‘largest marrow’, ‘longest runner bean’ and a ‘best scented rose’ category, to be judged by the public. There are also plenty of classes for youngsters including ‘self portrait’, ‘original model made from Lego’ and ‘garden on a plate’.

Special prizes include the Estelle Davis Memorial Award for an outstanding exhibit in arts and crafts, and the Hazeldine Cup for the best children’s exhibit. Entries are 30p each or free for children. Call 01952 883444 for more information or pick up a programme from the town’s hardware store, Downes’ or Broseley Library.


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