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Campbeltown Flower Club’s annual show had room to spread its wings at a new venue, in Lorne and Lowland church hall, but was unable to run a raffle due to religious restrictions.
The recent event, coinciding with Chelsea Flower Show, has traditionally been held in the Red Cross hall and moved as that venue is to be sold.
Flower Club president Pauline Simson said: ‘We had a full entry on the theme a special place and there was plenty of room for displays at Lorne and Lowland.
‘Some members will have further creations, on the theme enjoy, in A’Chleit church from July 19 to 21 in the biennial Mairi Semple flower show.
‘There are also cream teas in the hall next door.’
With most of the displays are from left: Karen Kendrick, Pauline Simson and Isobel Cook. 25_c22flowerclub01
My Potting Shed by Margaret Kendrick. 25_c22flowerclub02_mypottingshed_margaret_mckendrick
Eygpt by Karen Kendrick. 25_c22flowerclub03_Eygpt_Karen_Kendrick
Skipness by Barbara Rubin. 25_c22flowerclub08_Skipness_Barbara_Rubin
Byside the fire by Mairi Semple chairperson Pauline Simpson. 25_c22flowerclub04_Bysidethefire_Pauline_Simson
Tenerife by Maureen Johnson. 25_c22flowerclub05_Tenerife_Maureen_Johnson
Another Tilly Tearoom, Dunblane by Isobel Cook. 25_c22flowerclub06_Another_TillyTearoomDunblane_Isobel_Cook
My garden by Alison Grant. 25_c22flowerclub07_MyGarden_Alyson_Grant
My reading corner by Liz Young. 25_c22flowerclub09_MyReadingCorner_Liz_Young