Psalms of the King James Bible in flowers help make success of St Faith’s Festival

Petre Kent-Davies and methodist Minister Revd John Fenn look at one of the flower arrangements on Display during the Horsham St Faith festival. Photograph Simon Parker Petre Kent-Davies and methodist Minister Revd John Fenn look at one of the flower arrangements on Display during the Horsham St Faith festival. Photograph Simon Parker

Sunday, October 7, 2012
7:19 PM

The village church in Horsham St Faith was busy this weekend as the St Faith’s Festival was held on Saturday and Sunday.

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Lilli Ella Rotchell gets a buterfly painted on her face during the Horsham St Faith festival. Photograph Simon ParkerLilli Ella Rotchell gets a buterfly painted on her face during the Horsham St Faith festival. Photograph Simon Parker

With a flower festival based on a theme of the psalms of the King James Bible, stalls, refreshments and children’s activities, there was plenty to keep around 200 people entertained.

Robert Carey, one of the festival’s organisers, said: “Saturday was very busy and the ladies who worked in the kitchen were very busy serving lunches for about three hours.

“The main aim of the event was for it to be a community event for people in the village and even further afield just to be able to have a look around the church and to show the church is there for people to use, that it is not just a building, it does have a purpose.

“We had a fair bit going on and I think the whole event can be regarded as a success.”

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  • Religion is old tosh and the oldest form of crowd control. Believers should get to grips with the truth....there's no god

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    nrg

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