Flower festival to be held at Amner Church on royal estate at Sandringham

Work has just started on Anmer Church Flower Festival displays - Linda Ward works on her display. Picture: Matthew Usher. Work has just started on Anmer Church Flower Festival displays - Linda Ward works on her display. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
4:56 PM

A church which could become well known to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is holding a flower festival this weekend.

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St Mary’s Church in Amner, is just a stone’s throw away from Amner Hall - hotly tipped to become home to William, Kate and Prince George.

The festival, in it’s second year, has a theme - Name That Tune. Twenty-four flower arrangements will hold the clues to different songs.

Organiser Yvonne Browne explained: “For a £1.00, visitors can enter a competition and guess the song and get an extra point for the singer. Then the scores will be collected and the winner will win a gardening voucher.”

There are nine flower arrangers that are busy preparing the church for this weekend.

There is no entry fee and there will be a tombola, crafts, a raffle and refreshments.

The flower festival will be open 10.30am to 5pm, from Saturday August 23 to Monday August 25.

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