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Front garden winner Glynis JaycockRear garden winner Rose Austin

Prizes for the Buntingford in Bloom competition were awarded at the Annual Buntingford gardeners Club show held in the URC Church hall on 4 September.

Civic Society Chair Graham Bonner presented vouchers to Front garden winner Glynis Jaycock and Rear garden winner Rose Austin.

The recent car show reminded me what a thriving inclusive community we have in Buntingford. Just looking through the journal highlights the myriad of clubs and societies we are lucky enough to have at our disposal - only kept going by the help and dedication of the many people who give freely of their time. To all of you I say thanks and keep up the good work.

Autumn is now upon us and another Summer fades into a distant memory! All of a sudden my inbox seems to be full of invites and information for Christmas events. I am afraid I find this quite depressing and I am not quite sure where this year went!

The ground works for the new cemetery along the Causeway are progressing nicely. I visited recently and had a meeting with the project managers. I think it fair to say that when completed the cemetery will be an outstanding and much needed addition to our Town

I have mentioned before that I believe our Town is starting to look a little 'care worn'. It really could do with a makeover - a couple of photographs illustrate what I mean. Maybe just little things but these and others all add up to create a slightly run down appearance. If readers have any other photographic evidences please email to me - I will see if I can start some sort of campaign.

Damaged BollardDamaged Safety Rail

















Graham Bonner, Chairman, Buntingford Civic Society


If you have any queries about Buntingford Civic Society or issues you would like to raise, you can email the Chairman direct at chairman@buntingfordcivic.org.uk.



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