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Forest Hill in Bloom
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stefan


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Joined: May 2008
Post: #21
01-05-2012 04:38 PM

Cheers Michael, talked to the plants earlier and now I am barred from all the pubs in forest HillBlush

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michael


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Joined: Mar 2005
Post: #22
15-06-2012 08:55 AM

Another opportunity to do some gardening to brighten up Forest Hill:
Saturday 16th June, we're planting around the trees at the Job Centre, Dartmouth Road (opposite the Question Bar) - meeting there at 2.30pm, rain or shine.

We will also be planting up the two additional tubs to beautify the pavements in the town centre.

Please come along to help with the planting or to offer moral support to the plants and the planters.

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michael


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Joined: Mar 2005
Post: #23
02-12-2012 09:43 PM

As you enter Forest Hill station take a look at the new planters - bought with assembly funding and planted by volunteers from the Forest Hill Society this afternoon. And there are bulbs all over the place just waiting for the spring!

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Tim Lund


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Joined: Apr 2008
Post: #24
22-05-2013 04:41 PM

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Lewisham in Bloom is an annual gardening competition which has been running for over 12 years. Over this time, hundreds of entries have been submitted with an array of planting styles and floral arrangements.




Applications to be submitted by Friday 5th July.

Judging will take place in the following 2 weeks (8th July - 19th July).

More information here

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rshdunlop


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Joined: Jun 2008
Post: #25
29-05-2013 08:40 PM

The planters at Forest Hill station look fab - great plant selection, wonderful colours. Well done, FHSoc!

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