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Supporting the East Anglian Air Ambulance

Flowton Open Gardens and Flower Festival aims to raise money for charity. This year it is the Flowton Church Fabric Fund (for repairs to our 13th century Church tower) and the East Anglian Air Ambulance who will benefit from the event.

You can find out more about the excellent work of the EAAA by clicking here.

Follow us on Facebook!

Don’t forget to follow Flowton on Facebook to keep up to date with village news and updates on the preparation for the Open Gardens and Flower Festival event

www.facebook.com/Flowton.Suffolk

If you like or share our posts, we can reach more people via social media who otherwise may not see our leaflets, posters or publicity in local newspapers. Thank you.

Events listings in local press

Flowton Open Gardens and Flower Festival is now in the events listings online for the East Anglian Daily Times, Ipswich Star, Stowmarket and Sudbury Mercury newspapers. The print editions will hopefully carry the event nearer the time.

Walks around Flowton

During the Open Gardens event we will be selling a simple guide for walks around Flowton and the surrounding area. This will cost less than £1 so you can take advantage of the lovely walks in this beautiful rural setting. Dogs are most welcome, but do clear up after them!

6 months to go!

Our Open Gardens and Flower Festival will soon be upon us on 13th and 14th June this year. Plenty of planning, planting, tidying and growing will be going on in the next few months. We look forward to welcoming you to our charming rural village so put the date in your diaries now!

One year to go!

The Planning Committee for the Open Gardens has already met to put in preparations for next year’s event. If you are interested in being involved, please contact us on flowton.suffolk@gmail.com

flowton.org.uk

Our new website for Flowton Open Gardens 2015 is under construction so do check back soon.

Please visit our village website www.flowton.org.uk for more information about our beautiful village and St. Mary’s Church.