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Following the success of our Brimsmore Cake Off earlier this year, we have teamed up with the Yeovil Community Arts Association once again for a Making and Baking competition, which will be judged by celebrity chef, Lesley Waters, in March 2017.

This time around, we will be judging everything from bread to preserves and conserves, so if you’ve made some chutney for Christmas or are already preparing for marmalade making in the New Year, save a jar or two a for some feedback from Lesley.

Everyone is welcome to enter this competition, no matter how experienced you are, and the judging will take place on Tuesday 14 March in The Apple Tree Restaurant at 3pm.

For more information and entry information, please click here.

Mike

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Visit Father Christmas at Castle Gardens this December.

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We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Castle Gardens has once again won the Garden Centre Association’s annual Christmas Competition. This makes us a seven-time national champion in the Garden Centre category and the whole team at The Gardens Group is delighted. It is a real team effort, everyone pulls together to bring these magical displays to life and create a truly magnificent experience for everyone who visits.

It is an absolute pleasure to be announcing this wonderful news, especially as there is still plenty of time to visit if you haven’t already.

Mike

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We’re always extremely proud to support local initiatives that encourage the community, especially the younger generation, to get gardening, so last Friday Adam, Steve and Mark planted eight new trees on Stilby Road in Yeovil, as part of a new community project led by Westfield Community Association. The resident-run group, which is working to improve local communal green space, also enlisted the help of six Year 8 and 9 students from Westfield Academy, otherwise known as the Green Space Invaders, who all braved the cold weather and helped dig, plant and secure the trees on the plot, just up the road from their school.

As well as having a positive impact on our own wellbeing, beautiful green spaces are essential for wildlife too, so this project is definitely one to get behind. We hope the students enjoy looking after the trees and that the local community will feel a sense of pride in their new surroundings, drawing pleasure in watching the new plants blossom, grow and change throughout the seasons.

Mike

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