Gosberton Baptist Church says it with flowers

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Rain didn’t dampen enthusiasm of visitors to Gosberton Baptist Church ... they simply poured through the doors to admire the stunning floral and craft displays and enjoy the entertainment.

Minister Steve Weatherly-Barton said the church had expected dire attendance on what was a grim Bank Holiday weekend outside, but at one point numbers were so great that “the lovely ladies who were doing the catering we saying we need more food!”

On Saturday, there was a full-house for the U3A Singers and the church was just as busy for an appearance by Ann Warren, daughter of Gosberton vicar the Rev Ian Walters, who entertained with solo dance and puppetry.

Mr Weatherly-Barton said profits will be used to finance a scheme whereby the church will become more deeply involved in the community life of the village. Pictured are, back – Annie Weatherly-Barton, Marlene and David Twelvetree, Trudi Fox; front - Des and Renee Curtiss. SG290815-105TW