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Diss Methodist Church hosts Christmas Flower Festival




Diss Methodist Church was awash with colour when it hosted a Christmas flower festival.

NINE SACRED BLESSINGS: Margaret Morrison with her flower display. Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography.
NINE SACRED BLESSINGS: Margaret Morrison with her flower display. Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography.

Held at the weekend, the festival featured a series of stunning displays based on The Twelve days of Christmas.

Organiser Elizabeth Kemble said: “We wanted to make people stop and think about the real meaning of Christmas, rather than the commercial side of it.”

The church, in Victoria Road, raised more than £500 through donations and gave £300 to two-year-old Jack Wright, who has been diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder.

The weekend concluded on Sunday when a number of familiar carols were sung.

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PROUD: Naomi Ely interpreted “Four watching shepherds”. Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography. ORGANISER: Elizabeth Kemble chose “Twelve gifts to give”. Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography. Reverend David Ely with his flower display. Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography. Eve and John Byrne at the flower festival. Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography.


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