Ashton Heyes and Tarvin Flower Club

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We were entertained to a wonderfully colourful evening on Wednesday (8th October) at Ashton Heyes and Tarvin Flower Club.

It was a repeat visit for our arranger as she came in January on the night of the bad storm and entertained a very small audience.

Jackie has 2 major interests-painting and flower arranging.

Flower Club Sept2

For "Mixed Palette" she combined the 2 and produced 6 designs in a way she would approach a painting. The results were stunning with very good use of colour and a great variation in designs, many of which contained 2 parts so we had plenty of raffle prizes.

Flower Club Sept1

She also told us of a project in the summer making very large garden sculptures and of her visit to Westminster Abbey to arrange 2 huge pedestals for Pentecost. Both sounded rather daunting.

We have our Christmas meeting on November 12th at 7-30pm. Mincepies will be served
as an added extra. Visitors will be very welcome as usual and as we will be in the hall so there will be lots of room to see what should be a spectacle.
The subject will be "The Sparkle of Christmas" by Donald Morgan.

The photographs were taken by June Pughe- click them to enlarge

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