Budding relationships were built on when the Lord of Mayor of Norwich hosted a tea party to help encourage companies to get involved in Norwich in Bloom.

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Lord Mayor Keith Driver hosted the tea party for the Friends of Norwich In Bloom at the Assembly House in Norwich yesterday, which aimed to foster links between the organisation and businesses. Friends got the chance to tell the companies how the initiative, which transforms the city with a riot of colourful flowers, has helped forge partnerships in the community.

Julie Brociek-Coulton, from Norwich in Bloom, said: “I would like to thank the many companies who came to visit us. The different groups that we have put themselves forward over the years have been incredible not only for the fantastic work they do but because of the many volunteers that help with their projects.”

Any firms that would like to get involved with Norwich in Bloom should get in touch with Mrs Brociek-Coulton by emailing jewills064@aol.com or by calling 07786 694325.



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