Villagers and visitors enjoy floral celebration at Creation Festival
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A feast of flowers, art and music was staged at St Nicholas Church in Bedfield, near Framlingham, over the weekend.
The Creation Festival had a green theme, with all flowers and foliage being taken from gardens and hedgerows and all exhibits using recycled or locally sourced material.
The event was co-organised by Debra Pritchard and florist Susan Leverick. Debra said: "It went really well and we had people both from the village and from outside the village.
"A couple of people said it was the first flower festival they had seen since Covid-19. And it was lovely to have musicians playing at the church."
The event included performances by the Wren Singers, Quadratics Wind Ensemble and cellist Michael Gibbs.
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Youngsters from Bedfield Primary School created their own artworks, turning the font into an underwater world and decorating the porch with flowers, insects, birds and butterflies.
Another important part of the weekend was a special communion service following the ordination of the Rev Chrissie Smart, the new focal minister for Bedfield.
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