Nativity Flower Festival and Exhibition

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'Simple Pleasures'

The Church of the Nativity is hosting a Flower Festival and Arts and Crafts Exhibition on Saturday 9th June (10 am — 4 pm) and Sunday 9th June (12 noon — 5 pm). .

We all need a hobby to relax and de-stress in this busy and demanding world; so Nativity has chosen to create floral arrangements and displays based on the theme of 'Simple Pleasures'. They include gardening, fishing, reading, knitting, singing, scouting, art, to name but a few. Our local Resident's Association will also be contributing to the exhibition with a display on the history of Aylestone and Aylestone Park.

The event will conclude with a special service on Sunday 10th June at 10.30 am to celebrate 'Simple Pleasures'. The church and hall will remain open until 5 pm on that day.

Everyone is welcome to this event, which we hope you will enjoy and fill you with inspiration. Refreshments, including sandwiches and cakes (food available Saturday only), will be available.

Free entrance, although donations in aid of church funds will be most welcome.

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