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DiggAble For Mission EmployAble

posted 20 Jun 2020, 00:24 by Chorleywood Residents' Association
Chorleywood based charity Mission EmployAble, together with the horticultural societies of Chorleywood, Rickmansworth, Heronsgate and Loudwater, are calling on green-fingered residents of all ages to take part in Mission DiggAble, a virtual flower show, to raise money for a training café for young people with learning disabilities that will be housed within Chorleywood Cricket Club’s new pavilion on Chorleywood Common.
 
Mission DiggAble is open to anyone from Chorleywood, Rickmansworth and neighbouring towns, who can enter as many times as they like under seven categories, which include best fruit and veg; best hanging basket, window box or container; best ‘upcycle’ project; Kids’ Corner for those aged 11 and under; and best drawing or painting of a garden scene.
 
A prize will be awarded to the winner in each category and for Best in Show.  Photos of each entry should be submitted in jpg form only, via www.missionemployable.co.uk together with a fee of £2.50 per entry.  The deadline for entries is 15 August 2020

Full details are at https://www.missionemployable.co.uk/virtual-flower-show.php

Update on plans for the new cricket pavilion

A decision on a start date for the building of the new cricket pavilion will be made in August once all approvals have been received. The start date, originally planned for September 2020, may be subject to delay owing to current events relating to the Coronavirus emergency restrictions.
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