Our Annual General Meeting was held on 5th August at Chedgrave Church rooms. Most of the Committee were voted back in, but our Chairman of over 7 years, Margaret Turner, was standing down. Margaret was presented with a pot of… Read More
At our meeting on 2nd July 2019 we welcomed along Sandra Price with her demonstration entitled “Let’s Celebrate”. We also held a competition of the same title.
On 4th June we held our summer workshop at Hobart High School, Loddon. The arrangements were contemporary and the workshop was led by our President Diane. Many members enjoyed making them as can be seen from the photos.
Over the three days from Friday 12th to Sunday 14th July, our friends from Bungay Flower Club held a flower festival entitled “Numbers”. Held at St Michael’s Church in Bungay many of our members staged exhibits around the lovely big… Read More
On Saturday 15th June we held our annual Coffee Morning at our Chairman Margarets house in Chedgrave. There were various stalls including plants, bric-a-brac, raffle and win a painting of your choice. Lots of people attended and we raised some… Read More
Our annual garden outing on June 11th was to Perennial’s garden at Fuller’s Mill, Hartest. But firstly we visited Bury St Edmund’s and had a look around the Cathedral Gardens and the town and enjoyed a lunch somewhere. Unfortunately the… Read More
Over the weekend of 25th to 27th May Langley Church held a Flower Festival where many of our members took part in arranging flowers to complement the colours of the shields around the ceiling of the church. Photos are below.
On 7th May Wendy Goodliff came along to demonstrate arranging flowers with the title of “It’s all a game”. See photo below.
Over the weekend of 4th, 5th and 6th May, St Margaret and St Remigius Church in Seething hosted a flower festival entitled “Inventions, Inventors and Discoveries”. A number of our members took part and you can see their arrangements in… Read More
For our April 2nd meeting our scheduled flower arranger Stephanie Laing was not able to attend. So Alan Smith stepped in and saved the day with his title of “Pot Luck” – thanks Alan. Alan also kindly judged our competition… Read More