Tree planting

20120513- Carol Baxter @ Brechin Garden Centre. 'Carol Baxter from The Beechgrove Garden is pictured with members of the Acorn Club. Carol was on hand on Sunday to give advice to customers and helped members of The Acorn Club plant an oak tree in commemoration of the Queen's Jubilee. The Acorn Club is 28 years old this year and has about 75 members of whom 40 to 50 are regular attendees. The club is open to everyone, but at the moment there are no male members. It meets every Wednesday afternoon from mid September to April. The club are grateful to Lord Dalhousie and Yvonne Richie for allowing us to put our tree in the garden centre grounds and to Bruce Robertson of the Hardware Store for providing the plaque. ' '"Andy Thompson Photography", '"Copyright Andy Thompson Photography", '"No use without payment", '"www.atimages.com",

20120513- Carol Baxter @ Brechin Garden Centre. 'Carol Baxter from The Beechgrove Garden is pictured with members of the Acorn Club. Carol was on hand on Sunday to give advice to customers and helped members of The Acorn Club plant an oak tree in commemoration of the Queen's Jubilee. The Acorn Club is 28 years old this year and has about 75 members of whom 40 to 50 are regular attendees. The club is open to everyone, but at the moment there are no male members. It meets every Wednesday afternoon from mid September to April. The club are grateful to Lord Dalhousie and Yvonne Richie for allowing us to put our tree in the garden centre grounds and to Bruce Robertson of the Hardware Store for providing the plaque. ' '"Andy Thompson Photography", '"Copyright Andy Thompson Photography", '"No use without payment", '"www.atimages.com",

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Carol Baxter from The Beechgrove Garden is pictured with members of the Acorn Club at Brechin Castle Garden Centre on Sunday. Carol was on hand to give advice to customers and helped members of The Acorn Club plant an oak tree in commemoration of the Queen’s Jubilee.

The Acorn Club is 28 years old this year and has about 75 members of whom 40 to 50 are regular attendees. The club is open to everyone, but at the moment there are no male members. It meets every Wednesday afternoon from mid September to April. The club members are grateful to Lord Dalhousie and Yvonne Richie for allowing them to put their tree in the garden centre grounds and to Bruce Robertson of the Hardware Store for providing the plaque.