The sights and sounds of spring at Buckden show
- Credit: Archant
Buckden Gardeners Association hosted their annual spring show at the village hall on Saturday.
Dozens of people stopped by to admire some of the produce on show, including narcissi and daffodils, home made wines, and handicrafts.
There was also a special section for children and young exhibitors.
Judges cast their eyes over the exhibits before, with the winners announced, the doors of the hall were thrown open to the public.
Raffle tickets and refreshments were also on sale.
Pam Fraser, chairman of the association, said: “It was a very nice day and the event went very well. As ever, we are welcoming new members and would like to hear from anyone who may be interested.”
The association’s next event is taking place on April 19, at 8pm, in Buckden Village Hall. There will be a talk on hedgehog friendly gardens from the Shepreth Wildlife Conservation Charity.
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Members free, guests £2. For more, contact Mrs Fraser on 01480 811680 or log on to www.buckdengardeners.info