13:39 Monday 09 June 2014

All things bright and beautiful at City of Ely Flower Club's annual show

Written byJORDAN DAY

Vibrant flower displays transformed Ely College’s Needham’s Hall into a Garden of Eden.

The City of Ely Flower Club held its annual show there last Thursday.

A spokeswoman said: “It was wonderful to see the hall full of such sensational displays. The standard of entries was extremely high which made it very difficult for members and visitors to vote for their best arrangements.”

Robert Barnes also attended to talk about his work with the Arthur Rank Hospice through the Lisa Barnes Memorial Fund and the club presented him with a £350 cheque thanks to their fundraising throughout the year.

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