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Reply Helen Humphreys
10:17 AM on April 30, 2013 
Please could you let us know the dates and information about your open gardens for 2013, so that we can include them in the What's On in South Derbyshire brochure for FREE! Please email to [email protected] or phone 01283 222848. Many thanks.
Reply Don Winn
4:35 AM on June 26, 2012 
I work in the Planning Enforcement Team at the Council. Our Op. Services Team have been checking the Olympic Torch route to clear it of unauthorised signs & fly posters. They tell me there is one for your Open Gardens & Classic Car Display in Burton Road, Streethay. I would be grateful if you could arrange for this (and any other) sign to be removed asap.

Many thanks,
Don
Reply Pauline Blake
11:25 AM on June 7, 2012 
Hi Kathryn, just thought I would let you know this years event is on the 23rd and 24th June if you have not entered your car yet, I can not quite understand your comment calling our pub landlord a "amaterur" as they have been there for over 20 years!
Reply Pauline Blake
11:19 AM on June 7, 2012 
kathryn says...
Congratulations on providing an excellent day out !

A couple of hitches... the steward let us drive past the show field in our " classic", but the nice man in the car park sent us back... and our neighbours, who we had rung to suggest that they came along couldn't get a lager in the pub....they had sold out...amateurs !!

But well done to all the organisers and volunteers and thank you to the people who opened their gardens. The team in the village hall were great.....it looked like a long queue, but the team were working so well, it was seamless.... and the cakes all looked delicious.
Thank you all for a lovely day out in a super village with a lovely " community" feel.
Please pass this on to everyone and thanks for all you hard work, it was very much appreciated. We have told loads of people what a great day we had and next years event is already in the diary
Reply Pauline Blake
5:34 PM on June 6, 2012 
Hi Cynthia, just to let you know that this years Lullington Open Gardens and Classic Car Display will be held on the 23rd and24th June, 1pm till 6pm
Reply Pauline Blake
5:32 PM on June 6, 2012 
Cynthia says...
We visited the open gardens last week and enjoyed a lovely afternoon. Will certainly look forward to next year, my husband , being a car fanatic enjoyed the vintage car display and I being a gardener enjoyed the lovely gardens and the plants for sale. Just wondered if you could put me in touch with the kind people who were selling bric-a-brac in aid of the hospital.......there was something on the stall we were interested in. Hope you can help.
Reply Pauline Blake
5:30 PM on June 6, 2012 
Hi Judith, I'm sorry that I have not replied before re Lullington Open Gardens and the Radford family, we now own the Forge Garage built by Cyril Radford, also Stuart Hebb own lives at Fenton Lodge is the son of Doris, there are several photos of the family which in the past have been put on display in the church, they are owned by Mr Bob Cooper at The Grange. This years event is being held on the 23rd/24th June
Reply Pauline Blake
5:23 PM on June 6, 2012 
Judith says...
Visited Open Gardens yesterday. Had a lovely afternoon. Thank you.

My husband's family the Hudsons lived in The Watchtower, they were William, his wife Elizabeth and daughter Mary Elizabeth. Colin Hudson aged 10 and born in Birmingham was living with them in 1901.

Thomas Radford the Blacksmith married Mary Elizabeth Hudson. They had two children Cyril Victor born 1903 and Doris Hilda born 1910. Colin Hudson, also a Blacksmith, was living with them in 1911.

Thomas Radford and Colin Hudson both appear on the Roll of Honour in the church.

We should be very pleased to hear from anyone with further information on the families, or a photograph of the Watchtower or the Forge dating from those times.
Reply kathryn
4:26 PM on August 2, 2011 
Congratulations on providing an excellent day out !

A couple of hitches... the steward let us drive past the show field in our " classic", but the nice man in the car park sent us back... and our neighbours, who we had rung to suggest that they came along couldn't get a lager in the pub....they had sold out...amateurs !!

But well done to all the organisers and volunteers and thank you to the people who opened their gardens. The team in the village hall were great.....it looked like a long queue, but the team were working so well, it was seamless.... and the cakes all looked delicious.
Thank you all for a lovely day out in a super village with a lovely " community" feel.
Please pass this on to everyone and thanks for all you hard work, it was very much appreciated. We have told loads of people what a great day we had and next years event is already in the diary