Chain of wild flowers joins up Melbourn community

Elizabeth Williams and Yvonne Chamberlain, two of the organisers of the afternoon's entertainment. P

Elizabeth Williams and Yvonne Chamberlain, two of the organisers of the afternoon's entertainment. PICTURE: Clive Porter. - Credit: Archant

The Chain of Wild Flowers committee is still ‘on a high’ after holding a successful event on Saturday.

Folk duo Jenny Heard and George Norris. PICTURE: Clive Porter.

Folk duo Jenny Heard and George Norris. PICTURE: Clive Porter. - Credit: Archant

The afternoon of theatre and music saw guests treated to folk performances, play readings, fun and frolics.

Wild Ivy Theatre Company performed a unique re-enactment of Wind in the Willows, while visitors were also invited to decorate the wishing tree and watch a bee talk and hive demonstration at the Moor event.

Joint Venture – George and Jenny from Steeple Morden – entertained crowds before allowing readers, singers and poets to use their equipment.

Committee member Yvonne Chamberlain said: “I am still on a high. We had such a fulfilling day.

Lucy Harwood and Martha Bennett with their adaptation of The Wind in The Willows. PICTURE: Clive Por

Lucy Harwood and Martha Bennett with their adaptation of The Wind in The Willows. PICTURE: Clive Porter. - Credit: Archant


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“We brought together different aspects of the arts, and had varied talented people performing. I do hope that this may open people’s eyes to poetry

“This project was the brainchild of Elizabeth Williams, who I personally thank. Without her inspiration, none of this would have happened.

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“A very big ‘thank you’ to all who made this wonderful event possible.”

Liz, explaining the story behind 'A Chain of Wild Flowers'.

Liz, explaining the story behind 'A Chain of Wild Flowers'. - Credit: Archant

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