Event to celebrate Spalding-area blooms
Flower festival season is upon us and there are so many things to see and do across the area.
Whether you’re hoping to celebrate the jubilee or reflect on your favourite pastimes, there’s something for everyone.
Moulton Chapel Methodist church has already begun its festival which will be running until May 2 and the theme is ‘my favourite book’.
Also in the village, St James Church’s festival will be celebrating a big anniversary from today until May 1.
To celebrate 300 years, a mix of flowers knitted by ladies from Spalding’s Georgian Court and natural blooms will be on display. There will also be an art exhibition during the festival, made up of works created by members of the Art and Friendship group
From Saturday (April 30) to Monday, May 2, Holbeach All Saints Church will be celebrating with a Commonwealth theme. The festival will be open each day from10am-4pm and on Sunday from 11.30am-4pm.
Starting tomorrow (April 29), Long Sutton St Mary’s Church’s festival will focus on the life and times of the church. It will be open each day from 10am to 2pm until May 3.
The festival at Surfleet’s St Laurence Church has already begun. It will run until May 2, from 10am-5pm, with a pastimes theme. The cafe will be open from 10am-4pm with coffee, tea, cake, pastries and hot and cold meals on offer.
There will also be homemade cakes, marmalade, plant stalls, plant stall, crafts, fresh flowers and tombola.
Sutterton Methodist Church flower festival, begins tomorrow (Friday) and runs until Monday, May 2. There will be bric-a-brac, cakes, raffle, tombola and light refreshments.
The festival at St Johns Church in Weston Hills, runs from May 1-May 2, 10am to 4pm.
In June, Cowbit St Mary’s church will hold a festival in honour of the Queen’s Jubilee.
There will also be a flower festival and Fete at Sutton St James Parish Church, starting on Thursday, June 2. The theme of the flower festival is Countries of The Commonwealth. There will be stalls on the green with teas,coffee and cake served in the Church. Contact Cherril Collins on 01945 440319 for information.