Posted: May 2016
There are some extra seats on a coach going to the famous Chichester Cathedral's Flower Festival on Friday 3rd June. The coach will leave Bedgrove at 8.45am and leave Chichester at 5.00pm. The price is £15, which includes entrance into the festival. If you are interested, please contact Gill Marks on 10296 748659.
Fifty thousand flowers and thousands of visitors are expected to attend the 2016 Festival of Flowers. This biennial event is organised by Chichester Cathedral Restoration and Development Trust and welcomes visitors from all over the world who come to experience what has been called the 'gold standard' of Flower Festivals.
This majestic nine hundred year-old Cathedral will be transformed with over eighty stunning arrangements all following the theme of the Festival's title: 'The Artist's Palette'. A dazzling array of imaginative and beautiful flower designs will interpret the theme to sensational effect. The theme will reflect artists represented in the Cathedral, local Sussex artists and other well-known artists.
For more information about the festival, click here.
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