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Divide and conquer

Last month I talked about creating new plants for free via cuttings. Division is another very popular method and is one of the easiest forms of propagation of eligible plants. Most perennials should be divided every few years as a matter of routine as old, matted clumps tend to die out in the middle or

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A Peal of Bells

This is just to inform you that a peal will be rung on the bells at Gislingham on Saturday 10th October by a visiting band of ringers. The peal will start at 10am and last for approximately 3 hours. If anyone is interested in learning about bell ringing please contact Kay Lucas on 01379 788411,

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Thanks for the flower festival

We wish everyone who visited and supported the annual Flower Festival held in St Mary’s Church over the August bank holiday a very big THANK YOU for making it such a great success, despite the attempts of the weather to make this event a total wash out!!! In particular we thank the flower arrangers for

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Upcoming Events

Quiz night

Entrance will be £8.50 to include a fish and chip supper. Doors open at 7pm. Bring your own drinks and glasses. Tickets available from Terry Williams – 783903

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Harvest songs of praise

Stay for light refreshments (to includes sausages and apple pie). Everyone welcome. If you need transport, please contact Ann Cottee 788633. Gifts for the Stowmarket Food Bank will be received at this service.

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Remedial Pilates

Attending Pilates classes can; improve posture, reduce back pain, relieve stress, strengthen core muscles, allow you to gain muscle tone, lower your risk of injuries, boost your flexibility, develop your whole body strength, give you better balance and increase your joint mobility. So why not give it a try?

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