The Horticultural Society ran a very successful Virtual Summer Show. Read the article for the results and photos!
A reminder to all, members and non-members to join in this years Virtual Summer Show, hosted by the Nailbourne Horticultural Society
There will be a service every Wednesday 9am to 11am in The Red Lion starting 8th July.
All Post Office services should be available
Please use it; we won’t get offered more hours unless we do.
Thanks to all who have worked towards this
The Nailbourne Horticultural Society will be holding their Annual Summer Show virtually this year. Find out how you can take part!
From next Thursday (June 4th), the Fish and Chip van will be back outside the Plough and Harrow.
To keep everyone safe, the procedure will be:
- All orders must be phoned in to 07889 218355
- Orders need to be placed between 11am and 2.30pm
- There will be 2-metre squares chalked on the pavement
With everyone stuck at home and the holiday weather, South East Water have seen a soaring demand in water usage. Read more to find out how you can help.
The Red Lion and White Horse pubs in Bridge, as well as the Mermaid in Bishopsbourne may be closed for visitors, but are offering food service.
Please visit the Pub Food page for menus and ordering details
Canterbury City Council are trying to make sure that local business are aware of the various business support measures and are able to claim for government cash grants during the lockdown.
Because of the current situation and uncertainty, we have reluctantly made the decision to cancel the Summer Show which was to have taken place on Saturday 25th July.
However, we still have the Chairman’s Challenge potato-in-a-bucket competition (for members only) to judge and we will be back in touch with everyone when we have decided how to do the “weigh-in”. So, despite everything, all is not lost, please do keep tending to that bucket of spuds!
If you have not grown potatoes in a container before and have any questions or issues, please get in touch and we will do our best to answer/resolve.
We are also considering how we can organise one of two virtual classes as we did for the Spring Show and, again, details will follow.
We do not meet in August and will have to see nearer the time how to proceed with the remainder of this year’s programme.
If you have any ideas or comment about any of the above, please get in touch.
Household Waste Recycling Centres will open to the public for essential use.