Flower festival and jazz at Buxton Church
A 1930’s-themed flower festival with jazz concert will take place at Buxton Church, near Aylsham, at the end of May. Tony Rothe reports.
This year’s festival expects to attract 26 spectacular displays – all 1930’s themed and including, for the first time, a flower display created by Buxton School. Each year group will create in individual part of the school’s display and it will be brought together in the Church the day before the Festival opens.
Visitors to the festival will be able to soak up the atmosphere of the ‘30s-themed café with a menu which includes fruit juices, hot teas and coffees, homemade country-style rolls with a choice of savoury fillings and a selection of home-baked cakes and fancies.
On the Saturday night there will be live jazz in the church starting at 7pm. A Trad-Jazz 4 will be performing with their foot-tapping entertainment. Tickets will be available on strictly a first-come, first-served basis at £10 including cheese & wine.
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Also during the festival, the Buxton Photography Club will be putting-on a display of their stunning photographs depicting a wide variety of studies and genres in the Village Hall.
The festival takes place over Spring Bank Holiday weekend – May 27, 28 and 29. 10am to 5pm daily.
St Andrews Church, Mill Road, Buxton, NR10 5JE
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