B Cador: May 2020
I have been asked to share this lovely idea with you.
You are invited to a 'virtual flower festival'! To join in please post a picture of some flowers that make you rejoice on Sunday 7th June (Trinity Sunday). They might be growing in your garden, a display you have made at home or a picture from the past with meaningful memories. Do add a description for others to read. To share this event with members of our community who are not online we might use your picture in the parish magazine.
The place to post them is on the 'event page' on Facebook I have created.
Revd. Alison Fulford
Priest-in-Charge of Wrenbury, Baddiley and Burleydam
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