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Residents called to showcase home grown vegetables at Collier Row Horticultural Society’s autumn show

PUBLISHED: 10:00 03 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:37 03 September 2018

Entries being judged at the Collier Row Horticultural Society and Allotments Association's summer show. The autumn show will take place in September 15. Picture: Diane Brown

Entries being judged at the Collier Row Horticultural Society and Allotments Association's summer show. The autumn show will take place in September 15. Picture: Diane Brown

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Havering gardeners are hoping to impress judges at the Collier Row Horticultural Society and Allotments Association’s annual autumn show this September.

One of the winning entries at the Collier Row Horticultural Society and Allotments Association's summer show. The autumn show will take place in September 15. Picture: Diane BrownOne of the winning entries at the Collier Row Horticultural Society and Allotments Association's summer show. The autumn show will take place in September 15. Picture: Diane Brown

Residents who share a love of gardening and growing their own vegetables will be gathering at the Collier Row Horticultural Trading Store in Chase Cross Road on Saturday, September 15 from 2pm - 4.15pm.

The Collier Row Horticultural Society and Allotment Association also holds an annual summer show, however the autumn show provides gardeners with the opportunity to present more seasonal vegetables for this time of the year, such as courgettes, tomatoes and potatoes.

Irene Skillett, show secretary said: “It’s a special occasion, a real community event.

“The event is being held in our new horticultural shop, where we held the summer event which was really successful.”

Visitors are invited to enter their home grown vegetables and flowers or come along to see the produce and enjoy some tea and cake.

For more information visit facebook.com/CollierRowHS.

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