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Flower festival nets £800

PUBLISHED: 19:23 02 July 2008 | UPDATED: 14:35 14 July 2010

Catherine Holmes, 15, looks at the Junior Church arrangement at the flower festival at Wymondham Methodist Church.

Catherine Holmes, 15, looks at the Junior Church arrangement at the flower festival at Wymondham Methodist Church.

COLOUR, style and imagination graced Town Green Methodist Church in Wymondham on Friday at a flower festival organised to raise money for respite car charity BREAK.

Catherine Holmes, 15, looks at the Junior Church arrangement at the flower festival at Wymondham Methodist Church.

COLOUR, style and imagination graced Town Green Methodist Church in Wymondham on Friday at a flower festival organised to raise money for respite car charity BREAK.

The event, entitled Floral Celebrations, was opened by the town's deputy mayor Les Daws and raised about £800 for the charity.


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