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  1. The Woodland Trust has announced that it is offering hundreds of thousands of free trees to community groups and schools. There are packs of 5, 30, 105 and 420 trees, to be delivered in November this year, ready for Tree Charter Day on the 23rd November. Who can apply? Schools across the UK, plus nurseries, colleges, universities and outdoor learning centres All kinds of different groups such as resident associations, sports clubs, parish councils, scouts, guides and many more. You don’t need to belong to an official organisation. You could even set up a group for the purpo
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    As the bulbs fade away and herbaceous borders grow in leaps and bounds, summer is approaching! Sowing and planting out bedding plants can now begin, depending on regional weather variations, and you can also take softwood cuttings. It's also time to get back into the lawn mowing regime, as the lawn will be loving the warmer temperatures that May brings. This month's main gardening jobs are: Keep weeds under control Mow your lawns weekly Lift and divide clumps of Daffodils a few weeks after blooming Here are some more jobs and reminders for May as circulate
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    Held annually in Prestatyn town centre within beautiful North Wales, our traditional two-day Flower Show event blends a relaxing, garden fete atmosphere combined with both serious and fun competitions and professional judging. This year will also be our 25th Jubilee! With prize-winning exhibits, arts and crafts, beautiful plants and garden furniture for sale, classic car displays, delicious refreshments and afternoon teas, relaxing live jazz and traditional brass band music, there is always something for everyone to enjoy.
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    With the clocks having sprung forward and Spring finally here, daffodils and flowering trees start to bloom. Whilst you can expect the inevitable April showers this month we'll have sunny days too, so it's an ideal time to turn your attention to the lawn. April is an exciting month, indoor-sown seeds are well into growth, and it's also time to start sowing outdoors. Just watch out for those unexpected frosts! This month's main gardening jobs as circulated by the RHS are: Keep weeds under control Sow hardy annuals, herbs and wild flower seed outdoors Sow new lawns or re
  5. 2019 Prestatyn Flower Show - Stall Holder Forms and Information Prestatyn Flower Show is held annually across two days in the grounds of private home Cerrig Llwydion, the former vicarage which is located conveniently in Prestatyn's High Street. About Prestatyn Prestatyn is a seaside resort situated on the North Wales coast between Chester and Llandudno. The population doubles during the summer months with visitors to the popular holiday camps, hotels and excellent caravan sites. The town is beautifully decorated during the summer months by the local council with hangin
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    Spring is finally here! The almost long forgotten sounds of lawnmowers starting up, followed by the aroma of freshly cut grass, are not far away. This month's main gardening jobs as circulated by the RHS are: Cut back winter shrubs Sow some seeds and prepare seed beds Lift and divide perennials More jobs for March... Protect new spring shoots from slugs Plant shallots, onion sets and early potatoes Plant summer-flowering bulbs Lift and divide overgrown clumps of perennials Top dress containers with fresh compost Mow th
  7. Planting in the garden Plants will provide changing colours, shapes and character to your garden throughout the year. Planting trees and shrubs Trees and shrubs provide height, so give an extra dimension to your garden. With careful selection they can also provide colour for seasonal interest throughout the year whether with flowers, fruit, autumn leaves or winter silhouettes. Select the right size and number of trees to fit with the size of your garden, bearing in mind the mature height and spread. Look to have one or two trees in a small to medium garden. Too many t
  8. Here are some regularly used gardening terms and definitions, courtesy of the experts at the RHS... Annual - a plant that completes its life cycle (germination, flowering, seeding, dying) in one growing season Breaking bud - the stage of growth when a bud bursts through the protective bud scales Broadcast sowing - scattering seeds evenly over the ground rather than in furrows or drills Contact weedkiller - a weedkiller that kills by direct contact Deciduous - describes plants that shed leaves at the end of the growing season and renew them at the beginning of the next
  9. Dogs are welcome within the grounds of the Flower Show but should be kept on a lead and under control at all times, especially in the presence of children. Dogs are not be permitted within any tents, with the exception of guide dogs. If unsure, please ask our staff on site. The event is located within a private residential property and the owners graciously allow us to host the event within their gardens. Please also remember to properly dispose of any personal litter (or pet waste). Thank you.
  10. Are dogs allowed at or within Prestatyn Flower Show?
  11. Yes, each year we publish a brochure guide which is available to download from our website or obtain at the entrance to the event. The Prestatyn Flower Show brochure contains much of the information published on our website including a Programme of Events, which is updated annually and available to view here in our Visitor Information section:
  12. Is there guide to Prestatyn Flower Show?
  13. The annual Prestatyn Flower Show is located in Prestatyn town centre more or less in the centre of the High Street, within the grounds of the former vicarage which is now a private residence named Cerrig Llwydion. For further details including a map and directions, please see our Where To Find Us page in the Visitor section:
  14. Where is Prestatyn Flower Show located? How do I get there? Is there a map?
  15. 'Primrose', a yellow and blue 1936 Austin Seven Ruby saloon with a 747cc engine and 4 speed gearbox. Owned and restored by Mr Ray Bancroft.
  16. 'Primrose', a yellow and blue 1936 Austin Seven Ruby saloon with a 747cc engine and 4 speed gearbox. Owned and restored by Mr Ray Bancroft.
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