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The Splashpad will be open as normal between 10am and 4pm every day

from Monday 14 September until Sunday 27 September.

 

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Melksham Town Council hereby give notice of a meeting of their HR Sub-committee on Wednesday 23 September at 8pm.  Please contact the Town Hall at townhall@melksham-tc.gov.uk for the agenda and access information.

 

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The Full Council meeting of Melksham Town Council scheduled for Monday 21 September is postponed to Monday 28 September


Melksham Town Council and Melksham Gardeners’ Society are working together to create a Virtual exhibition of the rich array of produce being harvested across Melksham this summer. Gardeners across Melksham are invited to send in photographs of their flowers, fruit and vegetables grown in the Melksham area, and all entries will be displayed on the Town Council’s Facebook page throughout September.

Barbara Cropp, chairman of Melksham Gardeners’ Society said, ‘It is a great way to celebrate everyone’s hard work over the summer and we are really excited to see the results.’

The categories and entry details for the Virtual Show are listed below.

For more information contact miriamzaccarelli@melksham-tc.gov.uk

 

Melksham Virtual Show Remaining categories

Dates in September to feature on the Town Council Facebook page

Mon 14 1 Large Dahlia
Tue 15 Garlic
Wed 16 Vase of Garden flowers
Thu 17 Potatoes - either white or coloured
Fri 18 Apples
Sat 19 Children: Drawing/Painting of a flower
Sun 20  
Mon 21 Tomatoes (Salad)
Tue 22 5 Dahlia Blooms
Wed 23 Basket of Herbs
Thu 24 Fuchsia
Fri 25 Any other fruit
Sat 26 Children: Any animal created from fruit or vegetables
Sun 27
Mon 28 Marrow/courgette
Tue 29 Funniest misshapen vegetable (any type)

 
  • Photos must be of produce grown in the Melksham area
  • Children's entries must be completed by children (12 years or younger)
  • Flowers can still be in situ in the garden (no need to pick)
Thank you for joining in! We look forward to seeing your pictures. 

 

 Some of the entries so far, all of which are listed here

 

Black Cherry Tomatoes August 20 cherry toms Gillian Horigan djaileb toms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dhalia Charlotte 1  dhalia Guy Gale jar Remington 

Roses Eve Cartledge  roses kathy ilese - spirit of freedom 

 

 Roses Kathy Iles - Arthut Bell  Roses1 Friends garden

 

roses Martin Hopkins roses Martin Hopkins 4

 

 Kale - Gillian Horigan jar of flowers - Robyn Illman2

 

 

 

For photos of last years Flower and Produce Show, click here for the Melksham Gardeners' Society page.

 

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