GALLERY: Village club comes to the rescue of flower festival
PAM Haynes rode to the rescue of a threatened village flower festival by stepping in and agreeing to help to produce the displays.
Mrs Haynes, of the Littleport Flower Arrangement Club, stepped up to the mark when she heard that Littleport Salvation Army’s proposed festival was under threat.
Pam agreed to help as a token of the club’s appreciation for the support of the people of Littleport.
The result was a resounding success with Salvation Army appreciating the club’s generosity; they paid a special thanks to Pam Haynes and the ladies of the flower arrangement club, who produced 12 outstanding flower displays based on the theme singing praises.
Thanks were also extended to the people who came to view the flowers. Special thanks were reserved for Alexander Miller, who made a crown for his mother to use in her display.
When the flower club reach their 50th birthday in October, the Salvation Army is going to host a celebratory meal as a token of their thanks.
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