Rose growers throughout the Border and North East have been invited to exhibit at an annual Albury flower show on Saturday, November 10.
The 25th Rose-A-Fair at St David’s Uniting Church, corner of Wilson and Olive Streets, is open to all, with sections for cut roses, containers and floral design.
Entries can be dropped off between 5pm and 6pm Friday or 7am and 8.50am Saturday.
Rose show co-convener Kerry Pryor encouraged children to take part as well by choosing a rose from their garden and submitting it for judging.
“It’s always a great day and we hope lots of people join in,” she said.
As well as the rose show, which opens at 10am, the fair offers entertainment, stalls and refreshments from 8am.
Performers include the Albury City Band, musicians Peter Carmody and Friends and guitarist Jeremy Kerr, with Rob Stocker to compere the day.
A goods and services auction will be held from 10.15am while other attractions are Devonshire teas, barbecue, cakes, craft, produce, plants, white elephant, op shop, books, toys and children’s games.
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