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Pearlies & Planting…

Posted by Boundary Community Launderette on 28/09/2012

We’ve searched and searched for free local events and have only been able to find two… Still, there are loads of places nearby that you can check out – take a peek at our links on the right of the webpage.

This is the last of our weekly ‘free stuff to do’ blogs, but we’ll post occasionally when we hear about anything worth seeing. We will still be posting news about the launderette and anything of interest for the Boundary community, so keep visiting! Don’t forget that the launderette is open 8am until 7pm every day except Bank Holidays, so make the most of your time and get a service wash!

It’s the spectacular Pearly Kings & Queens Harvest Festival on Sunday, 30th September, at 1pm in Guildhall Yard. This annual event features traditional entertainment including maypole dancing, Morris dancers and a marching band. Then the Pearlies will parade around the City of London to St. Mary-le-Bow Church for a harvest festival service at 3pm. The event is free but all harvest festival offerings will be donated to the Whitechapel Mission. See the  Pearly Society’s website for more information.

Postponed from last Sunday due to rain, the Friends of Arnold Circus bulb planting takes place this Sunday, 30th September, from 2pm until 6pm. Fingers crossed the weather co-operates! Keep an eye on the FOAC website for the latest info.

From a humble bulb… © Philip Green


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