Visitors flock to flower festival

PUBLISHED: 13:01 17 May 2007 | UPDATED: 15:06 12 May 2010

The scene of the attack which left the teenage victim needing surgery to rebuild his face

The scene of the attack which left the teenage victim needing surgery to rebuild his face

VISITORS flocked to a flower festival at Royston Methodist Church. The festival celebrated the changing scenes of life with the flower arrangements portraying the journey from cradle to grave. One of the organisers Joan Munden said: We had lots of visito

Pictured are festival organisers Joan Germany and Jennie Harris - 2361DW4

VISITORS flocked to a flower festival at Royston Methodist Church.

The festival celebrated the changing scenes of life with the flower arrangements portraying the journey from cradle to grave. One of the organisers Joan Munden said: "We had lots of visitors. Both men and women made flower displays and it was nice to see the young people taking part." The event helped raise about £1,200 to meet the costs of the church's youth worker and church funds.


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