2019 Flower Festival pictures

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Thank you to everyone who has shared with us their photos, in particular SPAN’s Peter Barry and Alex from Picture Partnership. 

Flower festival music

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The final music for the flower festival was the choir singing evensong. A lovely reflective service.

Thanks to all those involved to had made this such a brilliant event.

Flower festival music

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Now the one you have all been waiting for – The Dotty Crochets.

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The music continues with a trio of clarinet’s. The group is called Clarisma!

Thanks very much for your support.

The flower festival is open

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The music has started on this, the last day of the festival.

Cenk has kicked us off with some Turkish and Greek songs.

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Thanks to Croydon Guitar club for some great 60’s sing along tunes and the Mantra singing quartet that closed the proceedings for today

There is even more wonderful music tonight, concert starts at 7pm, rickets available on the door £12. The flower festival will open again tomorrow at 12 noon after our Harvest Mass at 10am.

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Next up is Lee Durnford offering his fantastic voice.

It’s the flow-fest concert tonight so we hope to see many of you there.

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Andrew and Peter cook continue the music performances.

The flower festival is open

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We have music again all day. Today the Baroque Belles start the proceedings

Baroque Belles

That’s all folks – Friday is complete.

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We have seen some fantastic performances. Thanks to Angus Morton for a really great perfomance, Duo Decimus for some great handbell skills, St John’s Primary school choir for some great singing and our great organist Richard Pilliner for completing the line up.

Many thanks to all the performers today who all gave there time for free to help us raise money for our spire rebuild.

If you missed us today why not go along tomorrow and see the next set of performers.