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Borehamwood and District Craft and Garden Society
Stalls will creak with huge pumpkins and baskets of apples as keen gardeners show off their rich harvest.
Borehamwood and District Craft and Garden Society is holding its autumn fair at Allum Hall in Allum Lane today from 2pm.
There will be prizes for the heaviest pumpkins and the best vegetables, apples, pears, jams, cakes and flowers.
Members of the society will be selling bulbs including tulips and daffodils ready for the spring.
There will be an exhibition of work produced by an over 50s art club, and there will also be the chance to buy home-made cards.
Organiser Ann Shuker said: “It’s been a wonderful year for apples and plums, so there will be plenty of fine ones on show, although the flowers are pretty much over now.
"Cats Protection is also hosting a rehoming show nextdoor so people could pop over and look at the cats too.
“It will be a very pleasant day.”
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