l IRBY and Thurstaston Gardener's Club are holding their 66th Annual Flower & Vegetable Show in the Irby Village Scout and St Chads Halls this Saturday July 31, at 2pm.
There will be plants for sale, plus delicious cakes on offer, book and bottle stalls and refreshments.
The club work hard in the local area to encourage grow your own, organic gardening, bee friendly flowers and try to get children involved in gardening early on in life. Go along and support them.
The next club meeting is on September 7 at Irby Village Hall at 8pm. The speaker will be Dr Hilary Ash talking on Wildlife on the Wirral.
l PREPARATIONS are now well underway for Knowsley Flower Show, the largest free horticultural event in the North West.
The show takes place on Sunday August 8 at Court Hey Park, in Huyton.
The Mayor of Knowsley, Cllr Diane Reid, has teamed up with last year’s show winner Chris Bright to encourage Merseyside to get gardening in the run-up to the flagship event.
Retired teacher Mrs Bright, from Widnes, joined Knowsley’s Mayor to show off her own horticultural skills and announce the events lying in store at the show, which attracted more than15,000 visitors last year.