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Things to do


There is still time to sow wallflowers and perennials for display next year. Fill any gaps that appear in the vegetable garden with lettuce, carrots and beetroot.


Take cuttings of carnations, prune stoned fruit, summer prune apples i.e. shorten new growth by half. Peg down strawberry runners to provide new plants, sow parsley for winter use in pots which will fit onto a kitchen window sill.


I heard on the radio recently about an organic ant repellent. When the ground is dry sprinkle fine oatmeal near the nest. This is taken back to the nest and swells when wet.


No ‘Old Boys’ Saying this month as they are on their annual holiday!!! Good gardening.


Jim and Julie


juliedraper@dumbflea.co.uk, (01763) 260323 edna_egg@yahoo.co.uk, (01763) 261824


Letter to the Editor Connect Club Charity


I would like to make it known that the Connect Club Charity (charity number 1088081) will collect ‘almost anything’: furniture, beds and bedding, clothes and shoes, curtains, pictures, books, CD’s, bric-a-brac, electrical goods and so on. The local Area Manager, Olwyn, who lives in Steeple Morden, arranged collection of unsold books and bric-a-brac left over from Meldreth Church Fete. As well as supporting mental health, the Charity is also involved with Homestart.


The Charity provides support, skills training education and leisure activities for people managing their mental health and living in the Welwyn/Hatfield area.


Please call (01707) 273294 or visit www.connectclub.org.uk to support this worthwhile organisation.


Pauline Penfold 29


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