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Bretforton Silver Band Asparagus Auction

An event in May in Worcestershire
The Fleece Inn, The Cross
Bretforton
Worcestershire
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Bretforton Silver Band hold their annual Asparagus draw and auction at the Fleece Inn, Bretforton late May.

As in previous years, the band will be performing a concert as well as holding a raffle and the world famous auction. Mr Colin Jelfs will be auctioning various bundles of locally grown, top quality asparagus.

The highlight of the evening will be the sale of a large exhibition of asparagus which contains 120 of the largest buds of asparagus that you will see this year.

This popular event will start at 7pm and we hope to see you all there.

All proceeds go towards Bretforton Silver Band.

Telephone: 07903198930
Contact name: Laura Hunt
email: laurahunt24@hotmail.co.uk

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