Diss flower show is in full bloom to attract 150 visitors

Greta Sturgeon, chairman of Diss Horticultural Society and Sylvia Grace, the society's treasurer, look at some of the exhibits on show at the spring show at Roydon Village Hall. Greta Sturgeon, chairman of Diss Horticultural Society and Sylvia Grace, the society's treasurer, look at some of the exhibits on show at the spring show at Roydon Village Hall.

Sunday, April 6, 2014
6:56 PM

Organisers of the Diss Spring Flower Show were pleased with the turnout of 150 people who took the opportunity to view a variety of different plants.

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There were 200 exhibits from 26 exhibitors at the event, held at Roydon Village Hall on Saturday, including daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, pansies and spring flowering shrubs.

Vegetables were also on display, including potatoes, along with handicrafts and first, second and third prizes were given to the best exhibits on show.

Visitors could also have a go at a tombola and there were lunches and refreshments available.

Greta Sturgeon, chairman of organisers the Diss and District Horticultural Society, said: “We have had a good turnout.”

The society’s next show will be the early autumn show in September.

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