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‘We Love Bury St Edmunds’ members form a human colour wheel in the Abbey Gardens




Human Colour Wheel in the Abbey Gardens ANL-160821-235323009
Human Colour Wheel in the Abbey Gardens ANL-160821-235323009

Members of the popular ‘We Love Bury St Edmunds’ Facebook group formed a human colour wheel in the Abbey Gardens.

Dressed in a kaleidoscope of colours, scores of people formed a circle in the beauty spot on Sunday to help promote the online group, which boasts 12,556 members who share pictures, memories and news about the town.

James Sheen, who launched the group and organised the colour wheel, said: “I’m grateful to everyone who turned up. It’s about bringing people together and having a good time.”

The lucky recipients of three ‘We Love Bury St Edmunds’ gold badges were also announced. They were Bernie Sexton, a patrol lollipop man at St Edmund’s Catholic Primary School; photographer Paul Burgess and former mayor Patrick Chung.

The group will hold a ‘Night To Remember Party’ on December 18 at Ashlar House, in Eastern Way, featuring The Brotherhood of Man - performing their hits of the 1970s, Kristin Kapelli singing as Mama Cass and a disco with Carl Whitehouse. For tickets, visit www.fatsoma.com/welovebse

Human Colour Wheel in the Abbey Gardens ANL-160821-235238009
Human Colour Wheel in the Abbey Gardens ANL-160821-235238009
Human Colour Wheel in the Abbey Gardens ANL-160821-235205009
Human Colour Wheel in the Abbey Gardens ANL-160821-235205009
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Human Colour Wheel in the Abbey Gardens ANL-160821-235150009
Human Colour Wheel in the Abbey Gardens ANL-160821-235136009
Human Colour Wheel in the Abbey Gardens ANL-160821-235136009


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