Church to host bank holiday flower festival

PUBLISHED: 09:44 25 August 2017

Carolyn Thompson with her display, I Am Violet, at the 2015 festival. Picture: Jeremy Long.

Carolyn Thompson with her display, I Am Violet, at the 2015 festival. Picture: Jeremy Long.

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Floral arrangements, designed to depict some of the nation’s favourite classic songs, will be on display over the bank holiday weekend.

St Paul’s Church, in Walton Street, holds a festival every August bank holiday and a three-day event is planned for this weekend.

The church will be full of arrangements depicting popular songs such as Bring Me Sunshine, Bridge Over Troubled Water and The White Cliffs Of Dover.

Organisers have arranged for the festival to be open from 10am-5pm from tomorrow (Saturday) until Monday.

Delicious ploughman’s lunches will be available too and musicians will be performing live as well.

The celebration service, featuring favourite hymns, will be held at 3pm on Sunday afternoon.

* If you go to the festival, remember to upload your photos to the Times’ photography website, northsomerset.iwitness24.co.uk


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