Abernethy, Aberargie and Dron News

Last date for submissions

31st July 2017

Date of publication

1st September 2017

December 2014

Our annual Garden Day at the Williamson Hall on Saturday September 20 was our most successful yet and raised over £900 which will go towards the refurbishment and restocking of Nurse Peattie’s Garden at the entrance to the village in 2015. Thanks to everyone who helped on the day or who came along to support us. Thanks also to our local sponsors Jamesfield Garden Centre. Let’s Cook, Senses Salon, Berryfields, Gattaway B&B, The Roost Restaurant, Claudia’s Cleaning Company, Glendoick Garden Centre and Branston. We hope even more of you will come along in September 2015.

Our events are held at the Masonic Hall in Main Street and are free to members or £2.50 at the door for non-members. We love to welcome new members at any time. Details of all our events and more information on the Society can be found on our website: www.abernethyhorticultural.co.uk

Abernethy in Bloom?

We are looking to set up an in Bloom group for Abernethy and Aberargie to help make our area an even more beautiful place to live, work and visit. You have probably noticed floral developments in Bridge of Earn in recent years and many of the local villages – Glenfarg, Scotlandwell, Kinnesswood all have well established groups. If you have an hour a month to spare and do not mind getting your hands dirty, please think about volunteering. We have an information pamphlet for anyone wanting to know more about what we are trying to do. If you would like a copy or would like to volunteer, please contact me: carolinepboyle@hotmail.com or tel 851190

Caroline Boyle