Gorleston religious group plants bulbs at care home as part of Baha’i celebrations

Members of the Gorleston Baha'i Group planting spring flowering bulbs at Lydia Eva House.
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Members of the Gorleston Baha'i Group planting spring flowering bulbs at Lydia Eva House. Picture: Bridget Macdonald - Credit: Archant

Members of the Gorleston Baha'i Group have planted 150 spring flowering bulbs, including some scented tulips, in part of the garden at Lydia Eva Court.

Lydia Eva Court is a specialist residential care home for people who are living with dementia and has 89 rooms.

A member of the religious group lives at Lydia Eva Court.

The bulb planting at the home on Peterhouse Avenue is the first of a number of small community service projects that the Gorleston Baha'i group are completing in the local community in the forthcoming year in memory of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Baha'u'llah.

He was the founder of the Baha'i Fai, which is the world's youngest religion and was formed in 1863.


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Born in Iran in 1817, Baha'u'llah taught the principles of unity and world peace. There are 7 million Baha'is, who believe people should work together for the common benefit of all.

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