Back to Work
The schools have reopened and it is seriously ‘back to work’ time, which means back to work raising funds for ENKCA for anyone who has taken a break from it over the summer.
ENKCA is back in the fruit trade, courtesy of the peripatetic plant stall, currently resting opposite the Dunkenny Pictish Stone at Old Eassie Kirkyard.
Cooking apples are available at 2lb for £1, free of charge to anyone making produce to sell for ENKCA funds. Chilli and jalapeno pepper plants (fully formed fruit starting to change colour) £3, and cut rhubarb are available to order and ‘winemakers’ quality (small apples, teuch rhubarb) at bargain price, ditto – call 840600. Orders can be collected from the plant stall or elsewhere by arrangement.
Anyone able to make supplies of fruit, veg or plants available for sale, please contact via this blog’s comments facility or phone 840600.
ENKCA is taking two sales tables at Memus Hall Country Market on September 25th. Anyone with donations for the very loosely defined Produce & Preserves or Hobbies and Leisure stalls, please contact Jane Brewster 840313.
In the absence of an ENKCA meeting, the 50/50 lottery draw was made at Eassie and Nevay Rural on Wednesday, by guest speaker, Vivienne Moss.
Winners of the £76 first prize were Alison and Billy Ross of Eassie, while Audrey Duffy of Balkeerie and Shona Wallace of Kirriemuir collected consolation prizes of £9.50 each.