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Friday, September 7, 2012
Beautiful bunches of flowers have brought Norwich’s Salvation Army citadel to life this week.
The St Giles Street citadel is hosting a flower festival entitled Seeds of Hope through until Sunday afternoon.
The flower festival aims to describe the development of Salvation Army work around the world, right up to date with working in 124 countries around the world today.
Displays include one for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee from Elizabeths Florist, in Unthank Road, and one for the London 2012 Olympic Games from Libby Ferris Florist, in Grove Road.
The festival concludes with a Songs of Praise event at 4pm on Sunday.
- To see more photos of the flower festival, view the gallery at the top-right of this page.