Hitchin church celebrates 125th anniversary with community flower festival
PUBLISHED: 18:01 15 September 2019
Alan J Millard 15 SG4 0BS
St Faith’s Church in Hitchin celebrated its 125th anniversary last weekend with a community flower festival.
The church opened its doors all day Saturday and Sunday afternoon, as church groups created unique flower displays.
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Groups such as the book club, the arts club and the Mothers' Union - which meet at St Faith's - designed creative floral displays alongside souvenirs and keepsakes. Church warden Joan Worboys, who organised the festival, said: "It was a terrific weekend. On Sunday particularly we had a great number come through the doors. We had teas and cakes and received some lovely comments from members of the public."
The festival raised more than £400, which was split between St Faith's and Dementia UK, the church's designated charity.
Other events to commemorate the 125th anniversary include a visit by the Bishop of Hertford on October 6.
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