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Creative youngsters have chance to craft recycled ‘flowers’ in Bury St Edmunds




Mark Westley Photography Sarah Friswell and Michelle Freeman with some flowers made from recycled products ANL-150519-213740009
Mark Westley Photography Sarah Friswell and Michelle Freeman with some flowers made from recycled products ANL-150519-213740009

Creative youngsters have the chance to create ‘flowers’ from recycled plastic bottles next week in an intiative between Bury in Bloom, The Crafty Foxes and Smiths Row.

Workshops will be held at St Edmundsbury Cathedral on Tuesday, May 26 at 10am and 11.30am.

The flowers will then be ‘planted’ in a flower bed in the Abbey Gardens designed by Michael Brennand-Wood.

To book email thecraftyfoxes@hotmail.co.uk



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