BURGESS HILL ROYAL BRITISH LEGION WOMENS SECTION: At our Meeting on the 19th April, we were introduced to a new style of flower arranging by Lynne and Felicity. The attractive and innovative examples were in Japanese style, simple but very stylish. The ladies also gave a talk on how they came to flower arranging. Felicity outlined Lynne’s areas of expertise and how much she had been inspired by Lynne’s example. Both the talk and the demonstrations were very much enjoyed by Members, some of whom were fortunate enough to win one of the arrangements in the Branch Raffle.
Our Chairman, Sarah Voce, then advised Members of the celebrations being held locally to celebrate the 90th birthday of Her Majesty the Queen.
Would Members please note that those wishing to attend the Festival of Remembrance which is on the 12th November this year, should contact Sarah Voce(01444 246655) as soon as possible.
(Email email@example.com) Costings will be advised in June, however, for Members wishing to reserve seats the cost will be £30 per person, and we will work out the coach depending on numbers.
The date of the next Meeting is May 17th where the subject will be the Burma Star Association.
Burgess Hill Horticultural Society: Open Meeting in the Cyprus Hall, 7:45pm on Wednesday 4th May. A talk, followed by a Question and Answer session with Blooming Good Nurseries, Albourne. Plants for Sale!
Admission: members’ free, Visitors: £1. All welcome! Enquiries: 01444 245509 firstname.lastname@example.org
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