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Bradner Blooms Again

It was much more than flowers os display at the Bradner Flower Show over the weekend. Gail Simpson and fellow members of the Aldergrove Art Club exhibited their works, apinners and weavers demonstrated their skills, chef Adrian Beatty showed how to cook up a storm, and Ritchie Fatkin took a break to smell the flowers. - HARRY HUNT PHOTO
It was much more than flowers os display at the Bradner Flower Show over the weekend. Gail Simpson and fellow members of the Aldergrove Art Club exhibited their works, apinners and weavers demonstrated their skills, chef Adrian Beatty showed how to cook up a storm, and Ritchie Fatkin took a break to smell the flowers.
— image credit: HARRY HUNT PHOTO

It was much more than flowers os display at the Bradner Flower Show over the weekend.

Gail Simpson and fellow members of the Aldergrove Art Club exhibited their works, apinners and weavers demonstrated their skills, chef Adrian Beatty showed how to cook up a storm, and Ritchie Fatkin took a break to smell the flowers.

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