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Caistor & District Flower Club
First demonstrator of the year for the club was Pauline Foster with an evening of ‘Weaving Dreams’.
The first arrangement was a spring design, with a silver metal woven basket as the container.
Using primulas, deep purple tulips and daffodils the finishing effect was spectacular and gave the appearance of a yacht with its sails up.
An all-round design was created next, using a black raffia plate, flamboyant foliage and four large bird of paradise flowers, complemented by orange lilies and dark orange gerbera, making a vibrant and stunning arrangement that would look fantastic in the centre of any table.
Further arrangements all used some form of weaving - whether in the container or plant material being interwoven through the arrangement - all inspirational.
The club’s next meeting will be on April 10, in the town hall at 7.30pm, when the demonstrator will be Jo Smith, with an evening entitled ‘Bon Voyage’.
Visitors are always welcome at meetings; admission £5.
There is also a trip to Harrogate Flower Show planned for April.
Northwold Group of WIs
‘Life with Steeplejack Fred’ is the topic for the Northwold Group at their spring meeting, when they welcome Sheila Dibnah along as speaker.
The meeting takes place in Market Rasen’s Festival Hall on Monday April 22, at 7.30pm and is open to all.
Admission is £3 for members and £4 for non-members.
Middle Rasen Horticultural Society
The society is holding its third wheelbarrow competition during the second week of July.
The competition is open to all parishioners of Middle Rasen and official entry forms will be available from Crossroads Stores, the Nags Head, Park View Garage, schools and churches from May 20.
Forthcoming events for the society include the Sweet Pea Show in the village hall on Saturday June 15 and the Annual Show in the grounds of the Nags Head on Saturday, July 27.
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Wragby Supper Club
An evening of murder mystery comes to Wragby Town Hall this month.
Who Killed the Vicar is on at Wragby Town Hall on Friday April 19 and Saturday April 20 at 7.30pm.
The performance is a collaboration between Wragby Supper Club and The Wragby Players.
The piece is written by Chris Martin and directed by Marc Chapman.
Tickets cost £10 and include a three course meal.
Soft drinks will be available to buy from the bar or playgoers may take along their own alcoholic drinks.
Tickets must be purchased in advance from Ann Lambert on 01673 857515.
Owmby Golf Club Ladies Section
Members of the Ladies Section of Owmby Golf Club have handed over £1,000 to the LIVES charity.
Stephen Hyde a representative of the charity was on hand to receive the cheque from past Ladies Captain Lis Marsland, who had worked tirelessly, along with the rest of the lady members, to raise the money by hosting charity golf days and raffles.
At the start of her captaincy, Lis invited the LIVES representative to the club to explain what LIVES was all about.
It proved to be a very interesting day which spurred the ladies on to raising the impressive amount they did.