Flowerpot plea from Sidmouth in Bloom

PUBLISHED: 19:20 19 August 2009 | UPDATED: 09:59 18 June 2010

FLOWERPOTS of all sizes are being sought by Sidmouth in Bloom to recycle and pass to local schools involved in gardening projects.

FLOWERPOTS of all sizes are being sought by Sidmouth in Bloom to recycle and pass to local schools involved in gardening projects.

Joy Seward, president of Sidmouth in Bloom, is keen to hear from anyone able to help.

She said: "I could do with any pots the schools could use in their planting projects. If people could drop them in at Dukes they will pass them on and I can share them out."

She added: "If anyone has any old, spare gardening tools, they would be helpful as well. If necessary, these could be collected.


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