It is time to put the wet summer behind us and begin thinking about planting for next year. With that in mind the Friends of Cheddar Library are hosting a seed swap on Saturday, October 13, from 10am to noon.
To get the swappers on their way Cheddar Garden Centre has donated 100 packets of seeds.
Richard Truscott of the centre said: "We hope the seed swap gives residents the opportunity to use a much-needed amenity like the library which is not just there for reading activities."
If people don't have anything to swap, no worries, you can discuss gardening and get ideas about saving your seeds. Any surplus seeds maybe available for a small donation. In addition there will be horticultural books to borrow and an experienced gardener on hand to advise people on their gardening problems.
There will be coffee, tea and homemade cakes to enjoy while discussing gardening and swapping seeds and plants.
Gardeners get saving your seeds and see what new plants, flowers and vegetables you can try for in your garden.
For more information please call Adrian Male on 01934 743527 or 07733 444850.