Fabulous flowers and delicious sweet treats

Anne Howall used a mini wheelbarrow for her exhibit.

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Members of Campbeltown Flower Club put their green fingers to good use in the kitchen to produce an abundance of baking for a coffee morning last Saturday.

They also put on a vibrant exhibition of floral artwork, with a Gardener’s World theme, for those who attended the Campbeltown Town Hall event to enjoy.

All sorts of props were used in the displays, with watering cans and a mini plastic wheelbarrow featuring.

There were also some plants for sale, as well as home baking, and the £500 raised will go towards the club’s running costs.

Displays by Jane Miller and Linda Bryce. NO_c23flowercm01

Anne Howall used a mini wheelbarrow for her exhibit. NO_c23flowercm02

Inez Ronald was one of those who used a watering can. NO_c23flowercm03

Margaret McKendrick’s display was very colourful. NO_c23flowercm04

There were beautiful floral table centres on each table. NO_c23flowercm05

Mr and Mrs Angus from Lochgilphead enjoyed a cuppa. NO_c23flowercm06

There were also plants for sale. NO_c23flowercm07

The event was great for a catch up and a blether. NO_c23flowercm08