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Flower festivals opening this weekend in Crowland and Gosberton

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A previous flower festival at Crowland Abbey. (3661484)
A previous flower festival at Crowland Abbey. (3661484)

Crowland, Gosberton and Lutton will be awash with colour this weekend as their flower festivals come to life.

On Friday, (August 24) Crowland Abbey's festival opens boasting their new 'Famous Pairs' theme, and runs until Sunday.

Doors will open at 10am-5pm every day, except Sunday, when it opens at 12.30pm.

Chair of the flower festival committee Valerie Capes said: "We are delighted, once again, to be staging the annual flower festival inside our beautiful church."

The theme will entail famous pairs from years gone by in flowery form, such as Queen Victoria and Prince Albert,

And the Crowland Community Hub will also be exhibiting a wide variety of original work by local artists, available for sale.

Gosberton Baptist Church hosts its Flower and Craft Festival, based around the theme of Joseph's story, from Saturday until Bank Holiday Monday. (Open 10.30am-4.30pm Saturday and Monday; and noon-4.30pm on Sunday).

The Spalding U3A Singers and Gosberton Tai Chi will be entertaining visitors, accompanied by many stalls.

And Lutton's St Nicholas Church has its festival from Friday until Monday (open 10am until 5pm each day). This year's theme is 'An Eventful Year'.

Visit www.ctspad.org.uk for more on all the festivals.

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