Spalding Flower Parade visitors spoilt for choice

Ayscoughfee Hall welcomed Dehlia Barnard-Edmunds, of Montcoffer Designs, Dawn Bing-Lowe, of The Faerie Jam Company, and Taz Thornton, of Firechild, to the craft fair.
Ayscoughfee Hall welcomed Dehlia Barnard-Edmunds, of Montcoffer Designs, Dawn Bing-Lowe, of The Faerie Jam Company, and Taz Thornton, of Firechild, to the craft fair.
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VISITORS to Spalding at the weekend were spoilt for choice in which event to go to first.

An estimated 35-40,000 people turned out to enjoy the Flower Parade, but there was also an array of other activities planned across the town to keep everyone entertained.

In Westlode Street car park on Saturday, there was fun for all the family with Spalding’s first ever outdoor foam party.

Guests had an hour to play in the sea of foam, which was organised by Loaded nightclub.

A selection of arts and crafts were on offer at Ayscoughfee Hall over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Visitors had the chance to see some of the goods being made, as well as buy some for themselves.