Running from 9-12 August, the event created to Commemorate 100 years since the end of WWI, mark the Royal Air Force centenary and give thanks to those who have served.
Speaking about the partnership with St Mary’s Church, Cllr David Elvidge said;
“St Mary’s Church have been fantastic to work with. It has always been a very welcoming church with a fantastic community fell to it.”
Speaking about what people can expect at the event, Flower Festival Chair, Sandra Staples said;
“Our Armed Forces are deployed all over the world, some helping Country’s to cope with natural disasters like hurricanes, while others dealing with day-to-day security to keep us all safe.”
“All of this comes at a price, our servicemen and women spend time away from their families; they risk injuries and illnesses and some pay the ultimate sacrifice.”
“Our Remembrance, Commemoration and most of all thanks, will be spelt out in flowers and exhibited throughout the Church.”
Visitors will be taken on a journey through time exploring the events key topics accompanied by music and poetry, all created to lighten the spirit.
Tickets for the event are priced at £8 for adults, £5 for concessions and children over 5 who are accompanied £1.
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