Thursday, July 27, 2006

Amlwch Methodist Church Flower Festival

Each year at Amlwch English Methodist Church we organise a Flower Festival. It started when Rev Victor Tudor and his wife Barbara, a keen flower arranger, came to the church in the seventies. Today, Barbara, still with a great interest in flower arranging, has organised another festival.

Today was the start of this year's Festival and, as usual, we received a party of nine ladies from Penmaenmawr Methodist Church. They love to visit us and see what has been done with flowers each year. On Sunday last we had two visiting families in church at the service and they came along to the Flower Festival today.

Not only is there an opportunity to see flower arranging done to a high standard but the visitor can come and share a time of fellowship with friends. We do meals all day long so you can drop in and take a spot of lunch or afternoon tea as you wish. Why not call in at the Copper Miner's Chapel in Wesley Street, Amlwch? We are famous, not just for our flowers, but our welcome extended to all visitors.
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