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Autumn show to bring colour to Yatton

PUBLISHED: 14:55 26 October 2017

Stephen Thorne with some of his prize-winning flowers at the spring show earlier this year.

Stephen Thorne with some of his prize-winning flowers at the spring show earlier this year.


A celebration of the bright and vivid colours of autumn will take place this weekend in Yatton.

Yatton Horticultural Society will be holding another one of its seasonal shows this week – again at the village hall, in The Causeway.

Dozens of exhibitors will be showing off their talents across several different classes.

In addition to the competitions, plants will be available to buy.

There will also be refreshments on sale too.

The show will run from 2-4.30pm on Saturday.

Admission to the show will cost 70p-£1 for adults, while children can enter for free.

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