'Hope we make you smile' - free bouquets of flowers left at shopping centre
- Credit: arc shopping centre
A number of bouquets of flowers have been left around a Bury St Edmunds shopping centre to spread joy around the town.
The arc shopping centre is celebrating today's Lonely Bouquet Day - an annual event dedicated to making someone's day brighter through flowers.
The movement began in Belgium, with the simple idea of spreading happiness by leaving flowers on the street with a note for passers-by to discover.
The day, celebrated on June 28 each year, has now spread around the world.
A number of colourful bouquets have been left around the popular Bury shopping centre today, with a tag saying: "Take me home, I hope I make you smile."
A spokeswoman for the arc said: "The whole aim is to make the people of Bury St Edmunds smile, make their day that little bit nicer.
"We just want to spread the love a little bit."
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