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Plant buyers go L for Leather at sale; WALSALL.

KEEN horticulturists have been invited to flock to a museum to help raise cash.

Walsall Leather Museum will stages a plant sale on Saturday in aid of the National Council for the Conservation and Preservation of Gardens Francesca Cox, assistant curator, said: "It's a great chance for people to come along buy a plant or two and have a look around what is a great museum.

"This is the third year we have done this and we've decided to hold it again because it's been tremendously successful.

"Spring is a time when many people's attentions start to turn to the garden and this event is a chance to select some expertly grown plants and raise money for a good cause."

The sale will be held between 10.30am and 3.30pm at the museum in Littleton Street.

For more information, call the museum on 01922 721153.


RAINING CHAMPION... Walsall Leather Museum curator Mike Glasson waters plants for Saturday's sale.
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Date:May 15, 2007
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